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What Happens in a Blood Transfusion?

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Prior to a blood transfusion, an IV is inserted into the patient's vein in their hand or arm. A nurse will attach bag containing the properly matched blood type to the IV and hang it on a pole above the patient.The blood travels from the bag into the
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