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31 terms
Shock - Critical Care
cardiogenic
hypovolemic
distributive
obstructive
type of shock in which heart fails to function as a pump; rel…
type of shock in which inadequate circulating volume; related…
category of shock related to relative hypovolemia; subtypes i…
shock related to mechanical obstruction to blood flow into or…
cardiogenic
type of shock in which heart fails to function as a pump; rel…
hypovolemic
type of shock in which inadequate circulating volume; related…
46 terms
Shock terms - Critical Care
Anaphylactic Shock
cardiogenic shock
multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (M…
neurogenic shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
the failure of more than one organ system in an acutely ill p…
neurologic syndrome caused by the loss of vasomotor tone caus…
Anaphylactic Shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
cardiogenic shock
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
104 terms
Critical Care - Shock/Triage
triage
triage
orthopnea
60
what term originated during WWI and means "to sort"?
what helps us to prioritize care to save the largest number o…
what is the stance in which the animal has elbows abducted, n…
what mmHg systolic BP does a patient have when you can palpat…
triage
what term originated during WWI and means "to sort"?
triage
what helps us to prioritize care to save the largest number o…
56 terms
critical care SHOCK
what is the major physiological proble…
a syndrome when PERFUSION of organs is…
is shock hypo or hyper-perfusion probl…
what happens as MAP drops?
cellular hypoxia
Shock
HYPOperfusion
unable to perfuse tissues and organs.
what is the major physiological proble…
cellular hypoxia
a syndrome when PERFUSION of organs is…
Shock
15 terms
Shock in Critical Care
What's seen in all shock?
Signs of Early Compensated
Signs of Progressive Decompensation
Signs of Late Decompensation
- decreased venous return... - decreased SV... - decreased CO... - dec…
- normal BP... - sinus tach... - cool, clammy skin... - fast respirati…
- declining BP... - generalized edema... - pulmonary edema (difficu…
- decreased CO... - hypotension... - peripheral vasoconstriction... -…
What's seen in all shock?
- decreased venous return... - decreased SV... - decreased CO... - dec…
Signs of Early Compensated
- normal BP... - sinus tach... - cool, clammy skin... - fast respirati…
25 terms
Shock: Critical Care Nursing
Hypovolemic Shock
Loss of __ to __ or more of the normal…
Causes of hemorrhage
Causes of fluid loss
Decreased circulating volume.
15% to 30%
Trauma, surgery, GI bleed, ruptured aneurysm
Vomiting, diarrhea, ascites, third spacing
Hypovolemic Shock
Decreased circulating volume.
Loss of __ to __ or more of the normal…
15% to 30%
46 terms
Shock terms - Critical Care
Anaphylactic Shock
cardiogenic shock
multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (M…
neurogenic shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
the failure of more than one organ system in an acutely ill p…
neurologic syndrome caused by the loss of vasomotor tone caus…
Anaphylactic Shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
cardiogenic shock
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
35 terms
Critical Care Questions- Shock
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
2. Restlessness... 3. Decrease in blood pressure of 20 mm Hg whe…
2. Metabolic acidosis validated by arterial blood gases... Corr…
3. Ascites... Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG chang…
2. Pale, cool extremities with decreased pulses... Correct Answ…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
2. Restlessness... 3. Decrease in blood pressure of 20 mm Hg whe…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
2. Metabolic acidosis validated by arterial blood gases... Corr…
25 terms
Shock: Critical Care Nursing
Hypovolemic Shock
Loss of __ to __ or more of the normal…
Causes of hemorrhage
Causes of fluid loss
Decreased circulating volume.
15% to 30%
Trauma, surgery, GI bleed, ruptured aneurysm
Vomiting, diarrhea, ascites, third spacing
Hypovolemic Shock
Decreased circulating volume.
Loss of __ to __ or more of the normal…
15% to 30%
35 terms
Critical Care Questions- Shock
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
2. Restlessness... 3. Decrease in blood pressure of 20 mm Hg whe…
2. Metabolic acidosis validated by arterial blood gases... Corr…
3. Ascites... Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG chang…
2. Pale, cool extremities with decreased pulses... Correct Answ…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
2. Restlessness... 3. Decrease in blood pressure of 20 mm Hg whe…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
2. Metabolic acidosis validated by arterial blood gases... Corr…
56 terms
Critical Care: Types of Shock
what is the major physiological proble…
a syndrome when PERFUSION of organs is…
is shock hypo or hyper-perfusion probl…
what happens as MAP drops?
cellular hypoxia
Shock
HYPOperfusion
unable to perfuse tissues and organs.
what is the major physiological proble…
cellular hypoxia
a syndrome when PERFUSION of organs is…
Shock
32 terms
Nclex Questions for Shock - Critical Care
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
53 terms
Shock Critical Care
Shock is a syndrome characterized by d…
Cardiogenic shock... Hypovolemic shock... Di…
The heart cannot pump enough blood to…
C. O. < 4L/m... C. I. < 2.5L/min
Shock
Classification & Precipitating Factors of Shock
Cardiogenic Shock
Pathophysiology of Cardiogenic Shock
Shock is a syndrome characterized by d…
Shock
Cardiogenic shock... Hypovolemic shock... Di…
Classification & Precipitating Factors of Shock
21 terms
Shock - Critical Care
Shock
Hypovolemic
Cardiogenic
Distributive
Alteration in compensatory mechanisms.... Decreased circulatory…
Burns & Hemorrhage
Pump failure
Spinal cord injury, sepsis, ansphylaxis
Shock
Alteration in compensatory mechanisms.... Decreased circulatory…
Hypovolemic
Burns & Hemorrhage
21 terms
Critical Care - Shock
Adequate urine production
Why are LR preferred over NS in shock?
Cold shock vs warm shock
SIRS Criteria
0.5 cc/hr/kg. ... 35 cc/hr in avg 70 kg person
NS can cause hyperchloremic acidosis. Lactate is an alternati…
Cold - Hypovolemic, Cardiogenic (Normal diastolic)... Warm - Sep…
Two or more of-... 1. HR >90... 2. T >38 or <36... 3. RR > 20 or PaCO2…
Adequate urine production
0.5 cc/hr/kg. ... 35 cc/hr in avg 70 kg person
Why are LR preferred over NS in shock?
NS can cause hyperchloremic acidosis. Lactate is an alternati…
148 terms
Kaplan - Shock- Critical Care
Parasympathetic Nervous System
Dopamine (Intropin)... S/E... Increased oc…
Milrinone (Primacor)... S/E... Dysrhythmia…
Sodium nitroprusside (Nitropress)... S/E…
Autonomic Nervous System
Nursing Actions:... Low-dose-dilates renal and coronary arterie…
Positive inotropic agent ( Dilates the arteries)... Smooth muscl…
Decreases preload and afterload... Increases myocardial perfusion
Parasympathetic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Dopamine (Intropin)... S/E... Increased oc…
Nursing Actions:... Low-dose-dilates renal and coronary arterie…
54 terms
Critical Care - Shock
definition of shock
shock patho
Compensatory Stage of Shock
Global Tissue Hypoxia
inadequate oxygen delivery to meet metabolic demands, results…
inadequate systemic oxygen delivery activates autonomic respo…
homeostatic mechanisms kick in, body is still able to maintai…
Cellular responses to decreased systemic oxygen delivery: ATP…
definition of shock
inadequate oxygen delivery to meet metabolic demands, results…
shock patho
inadequate systemic oxygen delivery activates autonomic respo…
19 terms
Critical Care: Shock
this causes distributive/vasodilatory…
cardiogenic shock is a result of this
treatment of hypovolemic shock
treatment of obstructive shock
septic shock, anaphylaxis, intoxication, pancreatitis, endocr…
acute heart failure
fluids... pressors... blood products if indicated (hemo <7 or activ…
removal of causes (pul embolism, cardiac tamponade)... fluids &…
this causes distributive/vasodilatory…
septic shock, anaphylaxis, intoxication, pancreatitis, endocr…
cardiogenic shock is a result of this
acute heart failure
14 terms
Shock Pulmonary & critical care
In shock there is a reduced tissue per…
During shock the SBP < 90 mmHg or is r…
1. Altered mental status.... 2. Cool, cal…
See notes
Define shock?
What is the effect of blood pressure during shock?
What are the 5 clinical manifestations of organ hypoperfusion…
Diagram the physiological parameters that determines; cardiac…
In shock there is a reduced tissue per…
Define shock?
During shock the SBP < 90 mmHg or is r…
What is the effect of blood pressure during shock?
98 terms
Shock, critical care
Cardiogenic
Hypovolemic
Septic
Anaphylactic
Restore coronary artery blood flow with: thrombolytic therapy…
Fluid and blood replacement, control bleeding with pressure,…
Fluid resuscitation, antimicrobial agents, inotropic agents w…
Epinephrine, inhaled bronchodilators, colloid fluid replaceme…
Cardiogenic
Restore coronary artery blood flow with: thrombolytic therapy…
Hypovolemic
Fluid and blood replacement, control bleeding with pressure,…
59 terms
Critical Care Shock
A client admitted for outpatient surge…
A patient is in the progressive stage…
The nurse is caring for a client who i…
You are the nurse caring for a client…
Lays the client flat with the feet elevated
Intubation and mechanical ventilation
Place the client in a modified Trendelenburg position.
A rapid, bounding pulse
A client admitted for outpatient surge…
Lays the client flat with the feet elevated
A patient is in the progressive stage…
Intubation and mechanical ventilation
30 terms
shock- critical care
what are the 4 major types of shock?
what are the PA Pressure and PAWP in d…
what is the SvO2 in distributive shock?
what are causes of thrombocytopenia?
-distributive (septic and anaphylactic)... -hypovolemic... -obstruc…
-normal... -normal
-increased
-alcoholism... -meds (heparin)... -hypersplenism... -DIC
what are the 4 major types of shock?
-distributive (septic and anaphylactic)... -hypovolemic... -obstruc…
what are the PA Pressure and PAWP in d…
-normal... -normal
48 terms
Critical Care Shock
define shock
What affects perfusion?
what is SV
what are the stages of shock
Inadequate tissue perfusion resulting in poor oxygen delivery…
Cardiac output... SV X Heart Rate = CO Cardiac output ... preload v…
Stroke volume: amount of blood pumped out of the ventricles w…
Compensated shock... Decompensated shock... Irreversable shock
define shock
Inadequate tissue perfusion resulting in poor oxygen delivery…
What affects perfusion?
Cardiac output... SV X Heart Rate = CO Cardiac output ... preload v…
46 terms
Critical Care: Shock
Anaphylactic Shock
cardiogenic shock
multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (M…
neurogenic shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
the failure of more than one organ system in an acutely ill p…
neurologic syndrome caused by the loss of vasomotor tone caus…
Anaphylactic Shock
an acute and life-threatening hypersensitivity (allergic) rea…
cardiogenic shock
shock occurring when either systolic or diastolic dysfunction…
32 terms
Nclex Questions for Shock - Critical Care
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
13 terms
Critical Care: Types of Shock
What is the cause of Cardiogenic
What is the cause of Hypovolemic
What is the cause of Distributive: Ana…
what is the cause of Distributive: Neu…
Pump failure: Decreased cardiac contractility, leads to decre…
Vascular blood volume decreases to the point that there is an…
Ag-Ab response that causes massive vasodilation & capillary p…
Damage to CNS causes loss of sympathetic tone leading to decr…
What is the cause of Cardiogenic
Pump failure: Decreased cardiac contractility, leads to decre…
What is the cause of Hypovolemic
Vascular blood volume decreases to the point that there is an…
60 terms
Shock (Critical Care Test 2)
What is the major physiologic problem…
MAP under 50 =
this is a syndrome that occurs when pe…
in this type of shock, endothelial dam…
cellular hypoxia
loss of consciousness
shock
septic shock
What is the major physiologic problem…
cellular hypoxia
MAP under 50 =
loss of consciousness
13 terms
Critical care 11 Shock/MODS
With this type of shock, Vasodilation…
What differentiates IgE mediated and n…
What is the priority treatment for Ana…
This type of shock is characterized by…
Anaphylactic shock
non-mediated: First exposure to a trigger, IgE mediated: recu…
Epinephrine
Septic Shock
With this type of shock, Vasodilation…
Anaphylactic shock
What differentiates IgE mediated and n…
non-mediated: First exposure to a trigger, IgE mediated: recu…
39 terms
critical care exam 2 shock
What is shock?
What are the criteria for diagnosis of…
What happens in neural compensation?
What happens in endocrine compensation?
clinical syndrome characterized by inadequate tissue perfusio…
reduction in mean systemic BP, evidence of hypoperfusion of o…
Baroreceptors and chemoreceptors in the carotid and aortic ar…
Hypothalamus stimultes pituitary to release ACTH which causes…
What is shock?
clinical syndrome characterized by inadequate tissue perfusio…
What are the criteria for diagnosis of…
reduction in mean systemic BP, evidence of hypoperfusion of o…
141 terms
Pharm 560 - Critical Care/Shock
(cold shock)
(warm shock).1
high, low
low, high
Patients may display inadequate CO with compensatory vasocons…
Patients may display inadequate SVR from pathologic vasodilat…
(warm shock - will present w/ [low/high] CO and [low/high] SVR
cold shock - will present w/ [low/high] CO and [low/high] SVR
(cold shock)
Patients may display inadequate CO with compensatory vasocons…
(warm shock).1
Patients may display inadequate SVR from pathologic vasodilat…
62 terms
Sepsis, Septic Shock, and Critical Care
What is SIRS?
What is Sepsis?
What are some things that characterize…
What is considered sepsis induced hypo…
Two or More: ... Temp >38 or <36... HR>90... RR>20 or PaCO2<32mmHg... WBC…
presence of infection with systemic manifestations of infection
HoTN... Elevated lactate... low urine output... lung injury... high creat…
SBP <90 or MAP<70
What is SIRS?
Two or More: ... Temp >38 or <36... HR>90... RR>20 or PaCO2<32mmHg... WBC…
What is Sepsis?
presence of infection with systemic manifestations of infection
27 terms
Critical Care Questions- Shock and MODS
A patient is treated in the emergency…
2. A diabetic patient who has had vomi…
3. A patient with hypovolemic shock ha…
4. While caring for a seriously ill pa…
1.Correct Answer: B... Rationale: The initial actions of the nur…
Correct Answer: D... Rationale: The patient's history of hypergl…
Correct Answer: C... Rationale: The release of aldosterone and A…
Correct Answer: B... Rationale: Restlessness and apprehension ar…
A patient is treated in the emergency…
1.Correct Answer: B... Rationale: The initial actions of the nur…
2. A diabetic patient who has had vomi…
Correct Answer: D... Rationale: The patient's history of hypergl…
13 terms
Critical care 11 Shock/MODS
With this type of shock, Vasodilation…
What differentiates IgE mediated and n…
What is the priority treatment for Ana…
This type of shock is characterized by…
Anaphylactic shock
non-mediated: First exposure to a trigger, IgE mediated: recu…
Epinephrine
Septic Shock
With this type of shock, Vasodilation…
Anaphylactic shock
What differentiates IgE mediated and n…
non-mediated: First exposure to a trigger, IgE mediated: recu…
22 terms
Critical Care Exam 1: Shock
shock
Early stage. (Stage 1-initiation)
Stage 2 (Compensatory)
neural compensation
syndrome characterized by inadequate tissue perfusion that re…
No obvious clinical manifestations, although a decrease in ca…
sustained reduction in tissue perfusion initiates a set of ne…
baroreceptors and chemoreceptors detect reduction in arterial…
shock
syndrome characterized by inadequate tissue perfusion that re…
Early stage. (Stage 1-initiation)
No obvious clinical manifestations, although a decrease in ca…
108 terms
Pulmonary/Critical Care IPT Shock
Definitions of Shock
Clinical manifestations of shock are t…
Physiologic Parameters
Mean arterial pressure (MAP)
Is a syndrome in which tissue perfusion is reduced such that…
• Altered mental Status or encephalopathy-> due to poor brain…
Blood pressure= CO x SVR... BP dependent upon CO and SVR. ... As CO…
• MAP is the driving pressure for peripheral blood flow and e…
Definitions of Shock
Is a syndrome in which tissue perfusion is reduced such that…
Clinical manifestations of shock are t…
• Altered mental Status or encephalopathy-> due to poor brain…
32 terms
Nclex Questions for Shock - Critical Care
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
29 terms
Nclex Questions for Shock - Critical Care
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
2,3,4
2
3
2
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
2,3,4
Which laboratory finding should cause…
2
20 terms
501- critical care Cardiogenic shock
Clinical indices (CI, PWCP, and SVR) f…
General risk factors for cardiogenic s…
3 types of hemodynamic monitoring METH…
What Does the arterial line measure?…
CI - decreased (<2.2)... PCWP - increased (>18)... SVR - increased…
Age >70... SBP <120... Tachy/bradycardia... Increased time since onset…
Arterial Line... CVC... Pulmonary artery catheter
MAP, ABGs... CVP, ScVO2... PWCP, CI, SVRI, SvO2
Clinical indices (CI, PWCP, and SVR) f…
CI - decreased (<2.2)... PCWP - increased (>18)... SVR - increased…
General risk factors for cardiogenic s…
Age >70... SBP <120... Tachy/bradycardia... Increased time since onset…
109 terms
Critical Care "Shock" Exam 2
ineffective tissue perfusion
administer oxygen
cellular hypoxia
cell death
What is the priority nursing diagnosis for the patient in sho…
A patient is admitted to the emergency department (ED) for sh…
Failure of the CV system to maintain adequate perfusion of vi…
Failure of the CV system to maintain adequate perfusion of vi…
ineffective tissue perfusion
What is the priority nursing diagnosis for the patient in sho…
administer oxygen
A patient is admitted to the emergency department (ED) for sh…
32 terms
Nclex Questions for Shock - Critical Care
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
52 terms
Pharm: Critical Care Shock3
3 hemodynamic properties to base shock…
What does hyperdynamic mean?
What causes the shift of fluid into in…
what are vasodilation and vascular per…
Septic, hypovolemic, cardiogenic
high Cardiac index
hyperdynamic + vasodilation + increased vascular permeability
cytokines and inflammatory mediators
3 hemodynamic properties to base shock…
Septic, hypovolemic, cardiogenic
What does hyperdynamic mean?
high Cardiac index
14 terms
SEENT: ACS Critical Care- Shock
Value or findings indicative of shock…
Value or findings indicative of shock…
Value or findings indicative of shock…
Cutaneous vasoconstrictive findings in…
1. ≤110... 2. ≤100... 3. ≤90... 4. ≤80
1. ≥90... 2. ≥120... 3. ≥140... 4. ≥160
1. ≤7 or ≥29... 2. ≤12 or ≥35... 3. ≤20 or ≥50
pale, cool, clammy skin w/ constricted subcutaneous veins
Value or findings indicative of shock…
1. ≤110... 2. ≤100... 3. ≤90... 4. ≤80
Value or findings indicative of shock…
1. ≥90... 2. ≥120... 3. ≥140... 4. ≥160
109 terms
Critical Care: Types of Shock, DIC: Week 5
Powerpoint Question: When assessing a…
Powerpoint Question:The nurse is carin…
Powerpoint Question:the nurse is carin…
Powerpoint Question:A patient with a h…
Variations in cardiac output and decreased systemic vascular…
Acute kidney injury will lead to hyperkalemia... Cellular death…
decreased SVR?
a) pulmonary edema.... The respiratory system is the first thin…
Powerpoint Question: When assessing a…
Variations in cardiac output and decreased systemic vascular…
Powerpoint Question:The nurse is carin…
Acute kidney injury will lead to hyperkalemia... Cellular death…
32 terms
Essentials of Critical Care Nursing Chapter 8 Shock
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
113 terms
Critical Care Exam 2 - Kidneys, Liver, Shock
Herbal Supplements that lead to liver…
Acute Viral Hepatitis
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Kava, ephedra, skull cap, pennyroyal, and toxic mushrooms
Lasts less than 6 months and ends either in complete repair o…
Transmitted oral-fecal route. Crowded conditions, poor hygien…
Transmitted by infectious blood, blood products, or other bod…
Herbal Supplements that lead to liver…
Kava, ephedra, skull cap, pennyroyal, and toxic mushrooms
Acute Viral Hepatitis
Lasts less than 6 months and ends either in complete repair o…
205 terms
Emergency and Critical Care (1) Shock and Cardiac Disease
CRI infusion drugs
CPCR
ABCDEF
A CRASH PLAN
o Lidocaine... o Dobutamine... o Dopamine... o Metoclopramide... o Opiods
Cardio Pulmonary Cerebral Rescuscitation
Airway... Breathing... Circulation... Drugs / dysfunction... ECG... Fluids
Aiway... Circulation... Respiratory... Abdomen... Spine... Head... Pelvis... Limbs…
CRI infusion drugs
o Lidocaine... o Dobutamine... o Dopamine... o Metoclopramide... o Opiods
CPCR
Cardio Pulmonary Cerebral Rescuscitation
14 terms
Hypovolemic Shock, Critical Care Made Easy
What does Hypovolemic shock most commo…
What causes Hypovolemic shock?
How does Hypovolemic Shock happen?
What is the sequence in hypovolemic sh…
Acute bloss loss - about 20% of total volume.
GI Bleeding internal or external hemorrhage, intestinal obstr…
Reduced intravascular blood volume, leads to decreased cardia…
Decreased intravascular volume -> diminished venous return, r…
What does Hypovolemic shock most commo…
Acute bloss loss - about 20% of total volume.
What causes Hypovolemic shock?
GI Bleeding internal or external hemorrhage, intestinal obstr…
32 terms
Essentials of Critical Care Nursing Chapter 8 Shock
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
The nurse recognizes that which patien…
Which finding indicates that a patient…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Correct Answer: 3... Rationale 1: Although ECG changes reflect t…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: An increased blood supply woul…
What will the nurse identify as sympto…
Correct Answer: 2,3,4... Rationale 1: Fever will increase oxygen…
Which laboratory finding should cause…
Correct Answer: 2... Rationale 1: The sodium level in hypovolemi…
Critical Care - Infection, Sepsis, Sirs, Shock, MODS
What is sepsis
Where can a septic infection be located?
What is the mortality rate of sepsis?
What is the #1 cause of death in non-c…
an infection with a SYSTEMIC response to infection
1. limited to particular body region (tooth)... 2. widespread in…
28-50%... 10th leading cause of death
Sepsis with organ dysfunction
What is sepsis
an infection with a SYSTEMIC response to infection
Where can a septic infection be located?
1. limited to particular body region (tooth)... 2. widespread in…
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