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Blood Safety
Author:Multiple Course Authors
ASCLS P.A.C.E.® #:511-715-23
CE Broker #:20-394040
Last Reviewed:02/15/2022
Quiz Questions:12

This Intermediate Level course reviews the basics of blood safety in donor blood. You'll review the basics of screening a donor & the blood units, general adverse reactions that can occur from transfusion, and the infectious disease states that can cause transfusion transmitted infections.

At the completion of this course the reader will be able to:

  1. Identify the role each of the public agencies play in blood safety.
  2. List the documents that are used to screen blood donors and explain how they are used.
  3. List the adverse reactions that can happen during or after a blood transfusion.
  4. List the different infectious organisms that can affect the blood supply safety.
  5. List the tests that the FDA states are mandatory to run when screening donor blood units.
  6. Compare the tests available for identifying infectious disease agents in donor blood.
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Online - Complete Course
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Quiz answers are entered online & graded immediately
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