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Related to hypovolemic shock: obstructive shock, distributive shock, cardiogenic shock, hemorrhagic shock
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I collected the patient's medical history of anaemia, analysed her laboratory test results, performed physical examinations, identified risks of hypovolemic shock, and made a nursing diagnosis of intraperitoneal haemorrhage and class II hypovolemic shock.
Treatment costs on average were: septic shock (US $2,140), hypovolemic shock (including blood transfusion) (US $1,602), mild to moderate sepsis (US $601), and repair of uterine perforation (US $1,408).
He was also in early hypovolemic shock because of pleural effusion, hematidrosis, hemorrhaging from His wounds, vomiting, and diaphoresis.
These patients typically present with a number of symptoms ranging from pain to hypovolemic shock to death.
He said: "The death was caused by the failure to treat hypovolemic shock [shock caused by blood loss].
The patient died 6 days later from hypovolemic shock and cardiac arrhythmias.
Because of persistence of bleeding, hypovolemic shock and life-threatening situation, we started therapy with rFVIIa.
He reviewed records of 12 patients with clinical hypovolemic shock due to a ruptured fallopian tube ectopic pregnancy who were treated laparoscopically in one gynecology unit where minimally invasive surgery is the norm.
Infection with these viruses may be inapparent, or it may result in disease varying in severity from a mild influenza-like illness to hemorrhagic fever and hypovolemic shock, which may be fatal if untreated (1).
These may include hemorrhage, hypovolemic shock, cerebral edema, cardiac arrhythmias, increased ICP, gastric ulceration, hydrocephalus, seizures, meningitis, wound infection, pneumonia, thrombophlebitis, and others.
Traditional definitions of shock include categories such as septic shock due to infections, cardiogenic shock due to heart attack, obstruction of blood flow or other significant cardiovascular events, anaphylactic shock caused by severe allergic reactions and hypovolemic shock due to severe blood and fluid loss.