ClinMedV:Emergency Medicine (Shock)

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ClinMedV:Emergency Medicine (Shock)
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  1. Shoch is a complex condition caused by what?
    maldistribution of blood in the body
  2. The maldistribution results in
    poor oxygen delivery
  3. Whe symptoms of shock are considered
    "flat out"
  4. The symptoms vary with stage by include:TTVPIPH
    • tachycardia
    • tachypnea
    • vasoconstriction
    • pale mm
    • inc crt
    • poor pulse quality
    • hypotension
  5. What is an exception tot he list of usual symptoms?
    sepsis and anaphylaxis
  6. When there is shock with sepsis and anaphylaxis what are the changed symptoms?VRRB
    • vasodilation
    • red mm
    • rapid crt
    • bounding pulse
  7. What are the 4 main types of shock?HCDO
    • hypovolemic
    • cardiogenic
    • distributive
    • obsructive
  8. Name the shock:
    -due to dec intravascular volume
    -ie blood loss, dehydration
    *most common type
    hypovolemic
  9. Name the shock:
    -due to lack of blood flow resulting from heart faulure
    -limit IV fluid volume
    -usually have hx of heart dz
    -will have inc CVP
    cardiogenic
  10. Name the shock:
    -due to maldistribution of blood
    -ie trauma,anaphylaxis,sepsis
    distributive
  11. When septic the animal is often
    hypoglycemic
  12. Name the shock:
    -blood flow is dec or blocked
    -causes could be heartworm, embolism, GDV
    obsructive
  13. IV fluids restore circulation and are indicated for all types of shock, but which type should have lower volumes?
    cardiogenic
  14. Shock dose for dog
    80-90ml/kg/hr
  15. Shock dose cat
    55-60ml/kg/hr
  16. Signs that a patient is overhydrated:CNPU
    • chemosis
    • nasal discharge
    • pulmonary edema
    • urine production
  17. What is chemosis?
    edema of the conjunctive in the eye
  18. If there is no IV access what is the alternative route for fluids?
    IO
  19. There needs to be an increase in oxygen delivery what routes can this be given?EMFNC
    • ET tube
    • mask
    • flowby
    • nasal canula
    • cage/tent
  20. How much oxygen is in room air?
    21%
  21. Side effects of oxygen
    dries out mm and tissue
  22. Steroids are controversial, but are appropriate when?AA
    • addison's dz
    • anaphylaxis
  23. Treatment of shock mainly includes
    tx of underlying issue

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