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Types of Shock

Final Exam

Type of shock: External fluid loss or internal fluid shift Hypovolemic shock
Type of shock: Inefficient contraction or pumping of blood. Decreased O2 supply to coronary arteries and tissues causes; MI, blunt cardiac trauma. Cardiogenic, coronary shock
What is the #1 cause of cardiogenic shock? MI
Type of shock: mechanical obstruction to coronary circulation with normal myocardium and circulatory volume; PE, cardiac tamponade, tension pneumothorax, dissecting abdominal aneurysm, hypoglycemia, hypocalcemia Cardiogenic, non-coronary shock
Type of shock: Blood volume displaced and leads to hypovolemia and hypoxia; septic, neurogenic, or anaphylactic Circulatory shock
Type of shock: S/S may have anginal pain, hemodynamic instability, dysrhythmia, fatigue, feelings of doom. may have crackles, cool clammy skin, BUN, creatinine, liver enzymes increase Cardiogenic, coronary shock
Muffled, distant heart sounds, decreased BP, narrowing pulse pressure, JVD are s/s of what? Cardiac tamponade
What is the cardinal sign of cardiac tamponade? Muffled, distant heart sounds
Type of shock: Most common circulatory shock is caused from widespread infection. Often r/t nosocomial infections, pneumonia, invasive procedures, immunocompromised Septic shock
Broad spectrum ATB given until C&S comes back with this type of shock Septic shock
ATB, vasopressors, correct acidosis, dobutrex, dopamine and fluids are given for what type of shock? Septic shock
Type of shock: spinal cord injuries, system damage from meds, hypoglycemia. S/S dry, warm skin and bradycardia. Neurogenic shock
Created by: mreedy