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about four types of shock

Describe Hypovolemic shock Inadequate blood volume
Describe Cardiogenic shock Pump failure
Describe Obstructive shock Physical obstruction to blood flow
Describe distributive shock Widespread reduction in vessel tone
what are some causes of hypovolemic shock Trauma, hemorrhage, burns and dehydration
What are some causes of cardiogenic shock Myocardial infarction, dysrhythmias
what are some causes of obstructive shock Tension pneumothorax, cardiac tamponade, Pulmonary embolus, dissecting aortic aneurysn
what are some causes of distributive shock Spinal cord trauma, sepsis, anaphylaxis, and drug od
Created by: ashleybarker