Gastrointestinal Care: Blood Transfusion

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Essay #: 055898
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Gastrointestinal Care: Blood Transfusion
Introduction
This paper is intended as an analysis of a simulation involving gastrointestinal care and a blood transfusion. The objectives of the simulation included assessment and identification of
hypovolemic
shock as well as identification of transfusion reactions. There are major issues in the situation, the first and most important one being ongoing assessment. Another issue concerns whether this was a situation of client-centered care and if the client’s psychosocial needs were addressed. The third issue relates to prevention as the experience for Mr. M is a repetition of a previous episode. In general, the simulation was successful but the focus needed to be consistently on the client as the...
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