* 1. Please identify your current role

* 2. Please select your main area of work

* 3. True or false.

A consent form must be completed and signed by the patient and doctor before any blood/blood products are prescribed.

* 4. True or false.
The risks associated with transfusions of blood products usually fall into two main categories:
  1. Human errors in the transfusion process (for example: wrong blood in tube, misidentification and inadequate bedside checks)
  2. Transfusion adverse events which include the immune-mediated (for example: allergic reaction and acute haemolytic transfusion reaction) and the non-immune-mediated reactions (for example: transfusion transmitted bacterial infection and transfusion-associated circulatory overload

* 5. What information related to a blood/blood product transfusion should the patient be informed about?

Which of the following would NOT be a suitable response.

* 6. You were advised by the Transfusion Medicine Unit (TMU) that there has been a "Wrong Blood In Tube" (WBIT) incident where the blood in the sample tube is not from the patient identified on the sample and request, for one of your patients who has to be cross-matched.

What actions need to be taken next?

* 7. In a scenario where a patient, or their family are declining the transfusion of blood products, which of the following would NOT be a suitable response?

* 8. The MAXIMUM amount of time allowed for a unit of red cells (RBC) to be transfused is:

* 9. Where would you find information about blood-related incidents at RPBG?

Select all that apply

* 10. The patient has been assessed by a Medical Officer and is stable following a suspected transfusion reaction; the unit has been discontinued. What other actions should you take?

Select all that apply