Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for September 8


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A school-age child is receiving a blood transfusion reports chest pain, dyspnea and a cough. Which complication is the child manifesting based on the reported symptoms?
Air embolism
Anaphylactic reaction
Hemolytic reaction
Circulatory overload
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is D. The signs of circulatory overload include distended neck veins, hypertension, crackles, dry cough, cyanosis, and precordial pain and dyspnea.
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