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Types of Shock 2

Type of shock caused by severe allergic reaction anaphylactic shock
Type of shock when the nervous system loses control over the vascular system neurogenic shock
when the body has lost the battle to maintain perfusion to vital organs. even if adequate vital signs return, the patient may die days later due to organ failure irreversible shock
shock, or lack of perfusion, brought on by not by blood loss, but by inadequate pumping action of the heart. cardiogenic shock
occurs when the body can no longer compensate for low blood volume or lack of perfusion. late signs such as decreasing blood pressure becomes evident decompensated shock
when the patient is developing shock but the body is still able to maintain perfusion compensated shock
shock resulting from blood or fluid loss hypovolemic shock
shock due to severe chest injury or airway obstruction causing inadequate blood oxygen levels; respiratory shock
common name for an extreme form of the medical condition hypoglycemia insulin shock
shock occuring when the body loses fluid and electrolytes metabolic shock
shock where the body faints at the sight of blood, an injured loved one psychogenic shock
Created by: aprildawn2009