Chapter 10

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Chapter 10
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Shock
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  1. What are the eight types of shock?
    • 1. Anaphylactic
    • 2. Cardiogenic
    • 3. Hypovolemic
    • 4. Neurogenic
    • 5. Psychogenic
    • 6. Septic
    • 7. Obstructive
    • 8. Respiratory Insufficiency
  2. What are the signs and symptoms of Anaphylactic shock?
    • Can develop within seconds.
    • Mild itching or rash.
    • Burning skin.
    • Vascular dilation.
    • Generalized edema.
    • Coma.
    • Rapid death.
  3. What are the signs and symptoms of Cardiogenic shock?
    • Chest pain
    • Irregular pulse
    • Weak pulse
    • Low blood pressure
    • Cyanosis
    • Cool, clammy skin
    • Anxiety
    • Rales
    • Pulmonary edema
  4. What are the signs and symptoms of Septic shock?
    • Warm skin
    • Tachycardia
    • Low blood pressure
  5. What are the signs and symptoms of Neurogenic shock?
    • Bradycardia (slow pulse)
    • Low blood pressure
    • Signs of neck injury
  6. What are the signs and symptoms Psychogenic shock?
    • Rapid pulse
    • Normal or low blood pressure
  7. What are the signs and symptoms of Hypovolemic shock?
    • Rapid, weak pulse
    • Low blood pressure
    • Change in mental status
    • Cyanosis
    • Cool, clammy skin
    • Increased respiratory rate
  8. What are the signs and symptoms of Respiratory insufficiency?
    • Rapid, weak pulse
    • Low blood pressure
    • Change in mental status
    • Cyanosis
    • Cool, clammy skin
    • Increased respiratory rate
  9. What are the signs and symptoms of Obstructive shock?
    • Dyspnea
    • Rapid, weak pulse
    • Rapid, shallow breaths
    • Decreased lung compliance
    • Unilateral, decreased or absent breath sounds
    • Jugular vein distention (JVD)
    • Subcutaneous emphysema
    • Cyanosis
    • Tracheal deviation toward affected side
    • Beck's traid (cardiac tamponade)-JVD--Narrowing pulse pressure--Muffled heart tones.

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