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- Crystalloid IV solution
- O neg whole blood
- Sodium bicarbonate
A patient who is suffering from a severe hemorrhage should have volume replacement in the circulatory system to prevent further complications of hypoperfusion. The first line of treatment is administration of crystalloid solutions. Although the nurse may eventually administer blood products, crystalloid solutions are typically more readily available and do not require blood testing before administration.
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