Adverse Transfusion Event Case Studies: Part 2 - Non-Pulmonary Reactions Course by NYBCe
Join New York Blood Center Enterprises (NYBCe) in the comprehensive course on adverse transfusion events, specifically focusing on non-pulmonary reactions. Authored by Nancy Van Buren, MD, and Kay Stephens, MT(ASCP)SH, this course delves into the classification criteria for adverse transfusion events provided by the CDC National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). It further describes the signs and symptoms of adverse transfusion events through case studies, enabling participants to apply the appropriate CDC NHSN case definition criteria. Enhance your knowledge at an intermediate level and earn 1.0 P.A.C.E. contact hours.
Section 1: Classification Criteria for Adverse Transfusion Events
Explore the classification criteria for adverse transfusion events as outlined by the CDC National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). Gain insights into the following topics:
1.1 Understanding NHSN Criteria: Learn about the specific criteria and parameters used by the NHSN to classify adverse transfusion events, with a focus on non-pulmonary reactions.
Section 2: Signs and Symptoms of Adverse Transfusion Events
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the signs and symptoms associated with adverse transfusion events through case studies. This section covers:
2.1 Non-Pulmonary Reactions: Explore various non-pulmonary adverse transfusion events and their distinctive clinical presentations.
Section 3: Application of CDC NHSN Case Definition Criteria
Evaluate the information presented in the case studies to identify the type of adverse transfusion event and apply the appropriate CDC NHSN case definition criteria. Engage in practical exercises to enhance your understanding and application skills.
Join in the comprehensive Adverse Transfusion Event Case Studies: Part 2 – Non-Pulmonary Reactions course authored by Nancy Van Buren, MD, and Kay Stephens, MT(ASCP)SH. Deepen your knowledge of adverse transfusion events by exploring the CDC NHSN classification criteria, understanding the signs and symptoms through case studies, and applying the relevant case definition criteria. Earn 1.0 P.A.C.E. contact hours while expanding your understanding at an intermediate level.