Which of the following groups of clinical findings would be most consistent with categorizing a patient with compensated shock?
Normal systolic blood pressure, decreased level of consciousness, cool extremities with delayed capillary refill, and faint or nonpalpable distal pulses
Decreased level of consciousness, extensor posturing in response to pain, hypertension, and apnea
Normal blood pressure, normal level of consciousness, bounding distal pulses, hypercarbia, hypoxemia, and normal urine output
Unresponsiveness, normal breathing, and good distal pulses