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Treatment involves Inotropes and diuresis Cardiogenic
100%
Hypovolemic
0%
Obstructive
0%
Distributive
0%
Can be caused by sepsis, anaphylaxis, CNS injury Distributive
100%
Hypovolemic
0%
Cardiogenic
0%
Obstructive
0%
Cardiac Output is VERY LOW Cardiogenic
100%
Hypovolemic
0%
Distributive - sepsis/anaphylaxis
0%
Distributive - CNS injury
0%
Warm, dry skin Distributive
90%
Hypovolemic
0%
Cardiogenic
10%
Obstructive
0%
Cold, clammy skin. Treatment is IV fluids. Caused by hemorrhage, dehydration, burns Hypovolemic
90%
Cardiogenic
0%
Distributive - sepsis/anaphylaxis
10%
Distributive - CNS injury
0%
Caused by cardiac tamponade, pulmonary embolism, tension pneumothorax Obstructive
80%
Hypovolemic
0%
Cardiogenic
20%
Distributive
0%
Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (preload) is VERY LOW Hypovolemic
80%
Cardiogenic
0%
Obstructive
20%
Distributive
0%
Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR) (Afterload) is VERY LOW Distributive
70%
Hypovolemic
20%
Cardiogenic
10%
Obstructive
0%
Cardiac Output is VERY LOW Obstructive
60%
Hypovolemic
40%
Distributive - Sepsis/anaphylaxis
0%
Distributive - CNS injury
0%
Cardiac Output is decreased for all types of shock, except....? Distributive - sepsis/anaphylaxis
60%
Hypovolemic
10%
Cardiogenic
0%
Distributive - CNS injury
30%
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