Question 6 - Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies Practice Test for the NCLEX-RN Exam

A nurse is monitoring a patient during a blood transfusion. The patient acutely develops flank and chest pain accompanied by hypotension, respiratory distress, and tachycardia. The nurse notes scant brownish discolored urine in the patient’s foley bag. Which of these answer choices correctly describes both the nurse’s first action as well as the name of this patient’s transfusion reaction?

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