NCLEX

  1. What happens in Stage 1, the initial stage of shock?
    • *Early signs include agitiation - low 02
    • *Restlessness - low 02
    • *Increased heart rate
    • *Cool pale skin
  2. Stage 2 of shock is compensatory.  What are the s/s?
    • *Cardiac output <4-6L/min
    • *BP Systolic <100 mmHG
    • *Decreased urinary output - the reason for foley monitoring
    • *Confusion
    • *Cerebral perfusion <70mmHG - MAP <70
  3. Shock Stage 3 Progressive
    • *Edema
    • *Excessively low BP
    • *Dysrhythmia
    • *Weak thread pulses
  4. Shock Stage 4: Irrversible
    • *Profound hypotension
    • *Unresponsibe to vasopressors
    • *HR slows
    • *MODS
    • *Severe hypoxemia
Author
anieskes
ID
217492
Card Set
NCLEX
Description
NCLEX
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