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Shock: Types & Clinical Manifestations

by Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP
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    The lecture Shock: Types & Clinical Manifestations by Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP is from the course Cardiovascular Emergencies and Shock.


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    1. Distributive shock causes an increase in systemic vascular resistance
    2. There is acute impairment of cardiac output in cardiogenic shock
    3. Hypovolemic shock occurs when preload decreases
    4. There is reduced cardiac output in distributive shock
    5. Obstructive shock is compensated by an increase in systemic vascular resistance and heart rate
    1. Decreased systemic vascular resistance
    2. Increased contractility
    3. Increase in heart rate
    4. Increased afterload
    5. Constriction of peripheral vessels
    1. Hypotension in shock always occurs when the systolic blood pressure falls below 90 mmHg
    2. Tachypnea occurs as compensation for hypoxia
    3. Oliguria occurs when the kidneys become hypoperfused
    4. Altered mental status occurs because the brain is very sensitive to hypoxia
    5. Faint peripheral pulses occur when blood flow at the periphery is shunted to the central circulation
    1. Pallor
    2. Mottled extremities
    3. Faint peripheral pulses
    4. Anuria
    5. Tachycardia

    Author of lecture Shock: Types & Clinical Manifestations

     Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP

    Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP


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