Types of Shock
Signs/Symptoms
Stages of Shock
Treatment
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Which type of shock can be caused by dehydration or bleeding?

What is hypovolemic shock?

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What is the first sign of shock and most over looked?

What is anxiety?

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What 3 distinct stages of shock a patient may go through if untreated?

What is compensated, decompensated and irreversible.

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A blanket will...?

What is help maintain normal body temperature and warm the patient

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What is the result of untreated shock?

What is organ failure and/or death?

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This type of shock can happen instantaneously?

What is anaphylactic shock?

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Tachycardia is a sign of what stage of shock?

What is compensatory
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Without intervention, decompensated shock progresses to?

What is irreversible shock?

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This tactic may assist in making the patient feel more comfortable and less anxious?

What is reassuring the patient

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What are three common allergens that can cause anaphylaxis?

What are peanuts, bee stings, shellfish, eggs, legumes, berries, bananas, pollens, molds, and latex?

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What is a local infection that gets out of control causing decreased blood pressure and pooling in extremities?

What is septic shock?

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Itching/blotchy skin and difficulty breathing are all signs and symptoms of what type of shock?

What is Anaphylactic shock.

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Pale, cool, clamy skin and anxiety are signs and symptoms of what stage of shock?

What is compensatory shock?

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What will minimize the effects of shock if found early?

What is early recognition and care of serious injuries and conditions i.e. controlling a hemorrhage 
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What are the 3 underlying causes of shock?

1) Pump failure

2) Not enough fluid

3) Low pressure

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Fluid volume is not affected by this type of shock involving the heart...

What is cardiogenic shock?

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Low blood pressure is a late sign of shock and is usually a sign of the body failing to save itself shown in what stage?

What is irreversible.

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Diaphoresis, lowered BP and extreme thirst are signs of what stage of shock?

What is decompensated?

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A supine position will help increase blood flow to the patients what?

What is vital organs

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Because hypoxia is an underlying condition caused by shock this should be indicated to assist with treatment?

What is high flow supplemental oxygen

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These two types of shock are considered relative hypovolemic shock?

What are Neurogenic and psychological shock?

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What are the two main cardiac changes occurring with shock?

What is increased HR and decreased BP?

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If the body's compensatory  mechanisms are unsuccessful, the body's tissue begin to become?

What is hypoxic?

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The supine position with feet elevated is sometimes referred to as what?

What is the Trendelenburg position or shock position

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What does the acronym STRAW stand for?

What is semi prone position, treating shock, rest and reassurance, ABC monitoring and warm.

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