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Describe shock List the causes of shock Describe the types of shock & their causes Describe the compensatory & decompensatory stages of shock Recognize the signs ...
... embolism, tension pneumothorax Distributive: sepsis, anaphylaxis Physiological factors affecting Arterial pressure, CO and ventricular performance Stages of shock ...
... Toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 Toxin A (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) Structure Components Teichoic acid antigen Endotoxin Activates immune system cascade Stages of Shock ...

Times New Roman Arial Black Tahoma Monotype Sorts Arial Contemporary Portrait Reality Shock Transition Roles Reality Shock Preceptor Roles Burnout Stages of ...
Answer: SEPTIC Instructions: What stage of shock is this Answer: Preshock Notes: Septic shock follows several stages as well - These stages parallel the stages of shock ...
Stages and rotary tables Linear stages Examine various types Note key components ... and grease Worm gear driven Encoder is the worm drive Avoid damaging stages Shock ...
Bradycardia is the most obvious symptom and is present in the early stages. Neurogenic Shock Treatment Restoring sympathetic tone If they’ve had anesthisia or ...
... Calcium requirements 800mg per day Milk 250ml is 300 mg ½ cup broccoli is 90mg While there are three categories of shock, there are three primary stages of shock which ...
Etiology of Shock Shock is identified according to its underlying cause. All types of shock progress through the same stages and exert similar effects on the body ...
The patient’s temperature is usually elevated in the early stages of septic shock and they may commonly experience shaking chills. As the shock progresses, the ...
Cardiogenic Shock and Hemodynamics Outline Overview of shock Hemodynamic Parameters PA catheter, complications Differentiating Types of Shock Cardiogenic Shock ...
... shock List causes of hypovolemic, cardiogenic, neurogenic, anaphylactic, septic shock Describe pathophysiology as basis for signs and symptoms through stages of shock ...
The Physiology of Shock Unit 8 / week 1 R.E.B, 4MedStudents.com, 2003 What is Shock? Shock is any condition in which the circulatory system is unable to provide ...
Call an intensivist and/or a cardiologist Obstructive Shock Low CO secondary to a physical obstruction to flow Compensatory increased SVR Causes: Pericardial tamponade ...
Shock (or denial) Flood of Emotion (usually anger) Bargain Depression (grief) ... With the Stress of Change It takes 1 ½ years minimum to work through five stages ...
Bleeding and Shock Pipes, pump, and fluid…really, it’s that simple! The Second ... Pump Failure (heart) Pipe Failure (vessels) Loss of Volume (blood) Stages of Shock ...
Hypoxia Types of Shock: Respiratory Neurogenic/Vasogenic Cardiogenic Hypovolemic Anaphylactic Metabolic Psychogenic Septic Stages of Shock: Compensatory Progressive ...
... Increases lipolysis/glycogenolysis (also increases lactate) Releases catecholamine and corticosteroid Classification of Shock Stages vs. Types * * Stages of Shock ...
* * * * * * * * * * Learning Objectives Define shock, understand the pathophysiology & the stages Identify the major categories of shock & their typical presentation Know the initial steps ...
Level V Shock, Organ Failure. Stages In the Development of SIRS (Bone, 1996) Stage 1. In response to injury / infection, the local environment produces cytokines.
* * Pathophysiolgy of Shock: Seven Stages of Cell Death Classifications of Shock, continued Mental Status. Alert or slight anxiety Skin. Becomes cool, pale.
... by: Produced by: Fig. 4-21, Pathologic Basis of Disease, 2005 Clinical sequelae of sepsis NO = PAF = Fig. 4-22, Pathologic Basis of Disease, 2005 Stages of shock ...
... law Preload vs. afterload Muscle contraction Topics Continued Discuss the mechanisms for oxygen transport oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve Define the stages of shock ...
Recognition and treatment of shock must be early STAGES OF SHOCK Compensated Shock Uncompensated/Decompensated Shock Irreversible Shock COMPENSATED SHOCK Consists of ...
Similarly, hypotension is not synonymous with shock, but it may be associated with the later stages of shock. Maintenance of adequate tissue perfusion depends on a ...

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