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Bleeding and shock

QuestionAnswer
Major artery of the upper arm Brachial Artery
When the patient is developing shock, but the body is still able to maintain perfusion Compensated Shock
Bleeding that is characterized by slow, oozing flow of blood Capillary bleeding
Shock resulting from blood loss Heomrrhagic shock
Condition that occurs when the body can no longer compensate for low blood volume or lack of perfusion; late signs, such as falling blood pressure, develop. Decompensated shock
Major artery supplying the thigh Femoral Artery
Lack of perfusion brought on by inadequate pumping action of the heart Cardiogenic Shock
Blood vessel with thick, muscular walls that carries blood away from the heart Artery
Sudden blood loss in a 1 year old infant is considered serious 150cc
Created by: Kellene