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Massive Hemorrhage – Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies

by Brian Warriner, MD
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    The lecture Massive Hemorrhage – Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies by Brian Warriner, MD is from the course Emergencies.


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    1. Declaring a massive transfusion emergency and initiating the massive transfusion policy.
    2. Giving enough to stop the bleeding.
    3. By giving platelets after each unit of transfused red cells.
    4. Warning the surgeon that s/he is responsible for stopping the hemorrhage.
    1. Red blood cell, platelets, and frozen plasma
    2. Red blood cell, platelets, and cryoprecipitate
    3. Whole blood, red blood cell, and cryoprecipitate
    4. Whole blood, platelets, and cryoprecipitate
    5. Whole blood, red blood cells, and platelets
    1. Prothrombin complex concentrate
    2. Heparin
    3. Ticagrelor
    4. Vitamin K
    5. Protamine sulfate
    1. Protamine sulfate
    2. Heparin
    3. Prothrombin
    4. Clopidogrel
    5. Aspirin

    Author of lecture Massive Hemorrhage – Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies

     Brian Warriner, MD

    Brian Warriner, MD


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