shock 1

  1. failure of the circulatory system to meet metabolic needs of vital organs is:
  2. amount of blood pumped out of the left vetricle per minute.

    normal 2-8 liters per minute

    stroke volume x hr =
    cardiac output
  3. volume of blood ejected by the ventricle with each contraction
    stroke volume
  4. volume of blood filing the ventricle just before ventricular contraction
  5. resistance to blood flow out of the ventricle during ventricular contraction
  6. forcefulness of myocardial contraction
  7. form of shock where the heart is unable to supply enough blood to the body bc of blood loss or inadequate blood volume
    hypovolemic shock
  8. serious, abnormal condition that occurs when an overwhelming infection leads to low blood pressure and low blood flow.

    vital orgrans, such as the brain, heart, kidneys, and livery may not function properly or may fail
    septic shock
  9. dilation of peripheral vasculature from an ALLERGIC response that results in the circulatory failure
    anaphylactic shock
  10. caused by toxin made by staphylococcus aureus
    toxic shock
  11. causes of hypovolemic shock
    • loss of blood vol
    • -hemorrhage
    • -dehydration
  12. 3 types of causes of septic, anaphylactic, toxic shock
    • vasodilation
    • decrease afterload
    • hypotension
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