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Loss of consciousness may be the first noticeable effect and shock can worsen rapidly, potentially causing permanent organ damage or death. There are several types of shock, as well as several causes, including traumatic blood loss and sudden heart failure. Emergency medical professionals can identify shock very quickly, and the condition requires urgent treatment. For example, septic shock is an infection that results in dehydration hypovolemic and blood vessel dilation distributive.

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Loss of consciousness may be the first noticeable effect and shock can worsen rapidly, potentially causing permanent organ damage or death. There are several types of shock, as well as several causes, including traumatic blood loss and sudden heart failure. Emergency medical professionals can identify shock very quickly, and the condition requires urgent treatment. For example, septic shock is an infection that results in dehydration hypovolemic and blood vessel dilation distributive.

Trauma to the chest often results in a tension pneumothorax obstructive and severe bleeding hypovolemic. Hypovolemic This type of shock is usually characterized by a rapid, weak pulse and low blood pressure. Distributive Distributive shock usually occurs when blood vessels dilate widen. Neurogenic shock, sepsis, and anaphylaxis can produce this physical reaction. Distributive shock is characterized by low blood pressure, and possibly redness or swelling of the limbs or any part of the body.

A heart attack is a sudden event in which heart muscles cannot function. Heart failure , a chronic process, makes it difficult for the heart to pump and predisposes one to shock of any type. Your medical team can identify cardiogenic shock by assessing your heart rhythm, pulse, blood pressure, and oxygen levels such as with a pulse oximeter.

Obstructive Obstructive shock occurs when the flow of blood is blocked. This type of shock is more difficult to diagnose, often involving imaging tests such as a chest X-ray or interventional diagnostic tests. Shock Symptoms There are a number of signs and symptoms of shock, some of which depend on the cause and the stage of shock. Some of them may seem to be contradictory.

Shock is a true medical emergency. If you have any concern that you or someone else is could be experiencing shock, call immediately. Common symptoms of shock include: Trouble breathing Rapid heart rate, which can later slow down Confusion.

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If you suspect that someone else has gone into shock, call and provide first aid treatment until professional help arrives. First aid treatment If you suspect someone has gone into shock, call Elevate their feet at least 12 inches above the ground. Cover them with a blanket or extra clothing to help keep them warm. Check their breathing and heart rate regularly for changes. If you suspect the person has injured their head, neck, or back, avoid moving them. Apply first aid to any visible wounds.

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