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Chapter 14 Shock

What is shock? An acute widespread deficiency in tissue perfusion of blood and oxygen throughout the body. Inadequate tissue perfusion.
What is anaphylactic shock? Severe allergic reaction causing systemic vasodilation and hypovolemia, and narrowing of the airways
What is mean arterial blood pressure (MAP)? cardiac output x peripheral resistance
What should MAP be in order for cells to receive oxygen and nutrients to metabolize energy? >65 mm Hg
What is hypoxia? deficient amount of oxygen reaching the tissues
What are the 3 stages of shock? 1.) Compensatory 2.)Progressive 3.) irreversable
What are the signs of compensatory shock? confusion, cold clammy skin, increased heart rate and respers, decreased urine output, and respiratory alkalosis
What are the signs of Progressive shock? decreased systolic BP <90, MAP <65, Heart Rate >150, scarce urine output, metabolic acidosis
What are the signs of Irreversible shock? erratic heart rate or asystole,requires mechanical breathing device, jaundice, anuric, and unconscious.
Created by: toler.cm