irongirl73 749 Views
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And I looked in my textbook and didn't see a reason. I tried to google as well and kept coming up with anemia and Rh so I must not be phrasing it correctly. I'd be happy to read an article if you could point me in the right direction. Thanks.
None of the above. One of the students in our program had a newborn clinical and two babies were given RBCs and were red and she was posting about it. So our instructor, we are self-taught really, is asking us what would be the reason a newborn would get RBCs and we keep coming up empty handed.
What would be a common reason a newborn would get extra RBCs at birth? It is not related to Rh or anemia and something to do with the umbilical cord.
For one of my assignments I am supposed to say what color code my patient would have for this pedi crash cart. My preceptor said we couldn't open the crash cart. Huh?? Anyway, if someone could look in one for me and tell me what color my kiddos would be, that woudl be helpful. What good is a crash cart if you can't open it in a hurry? or at all?
Any way, I need to know what color code a 12.19 lbs and a 5.78 lbs patient would have. Thanks if you are able to help me out!
Which is the most common medication administered through z track?
Which is the most common med administered through z track?? tia
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