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What are the tests for shock?

What are the tests for shock?

Clinical diagnosis: Low blood pressure, rapid thready pulse, peripheral vasoconstriction, cold clammy skin are usual manifestations of shock. In septic shock the skin may be flushed rather than cold and clammy. No lab tests are needed for this diagnosis. ...Read more

Dr. William Walsh
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Shock (Definition)

Shock is a condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen & nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more


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What are the symptoms of shock?

What are the symptoms of shock?

Shock symptoms: & signs may include pale, weak, unresponsive, fast heartbeat, low blood pressure, decreased urine output, cool extremities, blue color of fingers, toes & even mouth. It is typically a life threatening condition that needs aggressive fluid resuscitation & treatment. ...Read more

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What is the definition of shock?

What is the definition of shock?

Supply & demand: Shock occurs when blood flow isn't enough to meet the body's energy needs. Usually, the blood pressure and/or output of the heart is low-the tissues of the body don't get enough oxygen due to inadequate blood flow/perfusion. Sometimes, if the energy requirements of the body are high (hypermetabolic), then seemingly normal supply just isn't enough to meet the demand. ...Read more

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What are the causes of a person to go into shock?

Shock different type: If you are sick with an illness, like an infection with a bacteria that causes blood vessels to dilate and cannot contract properly, volume of your blood is not effective to bring it to your heart. So heart cannot pump enough blood to vital organ like heart itself and brain and kidneys. Blood pressure goes down one can collapse, unable to stand up. Similar problem can happen from dehydration. ...Read more

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Hello sir how to eradicate h.oylori p?lease tell me

Hello sir how to eradicate h.oylori p?lease tell me

Need antibiotics: H Pylori is a bacterial infection which can often lead to development of gastric or duodenal ulcer. The way to eradicate infection, as with any bacteria is with antibiotics along with proton pump inhibitors (PPI). The goal of therapy is to reduce irritation of gastric mucosa. Most popular regimen involves amoxicillin, Clarithromycin and a PPI. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of shock from seeing something disturbing like mutilation and murder?

What are the symptoms of shock from seeing something disturbing like mutilation and murder?

Response to horror: I agree with dr. Rao about feeling shock, bewilderment, and fear when seeing something disturbing like mutilation and murder. The person also often feels helpless -- not able to do anything in the situation. Also, some have dissociative symptoms: numbness, detachment, decreased emotional responsiveness; reduced awareness of surroundings; derealization; depersonalization; sometimes amnesia too. ...Read more

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What is vascular shock?

What is vascular shock?

Blood loss: Most often this is used to refer to hemorrhagic shock or shock due to blood loss. If there is a rapid loss of blood a person will go into shock (low blood pressure, decreased responsiveness). This is usually accompanied by a rapid heart rate if due to blood loss. ...Read more

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What product eliminates psoriasis?

What product eliminates psoriasis?

Many things used: Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease with large genetic component the treatment usually involves topical cortisone medications but can also involve use of ultraviolet light with psoralen, methotrexate and newer biological medications Speak to your dermatologist ...Read more

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What occurs during anaphalactic shock?

What occurs during anaphalactic shock?

Hives, angioedema..: Immune and non-immunologic pathways leading react aggressively, leading to airway constriction with increased mucous secretion and airway edema. Vasodilation occurs with cardiac dysfunction and/or depression leading to cardiovascular collapse, hypotension, shock and increased vascular permeability. Hives and itching (urticaria), which can occur with or without the onset of shock. ...Read more

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How to reduce or eliminate fatty tumors?

How to reduce or eliminate fatty tumors?

Excision.: The most common type of "fatty tumor" is called a lipoma. These tumors are benign and are often felt / palpated underneath the skin on the trunk and arms / legs. They are generally mobile and soft. Lipomas are not malignant and do not have malignant potential. If a lipoma is concerning or cosmetically unacceptable, the standard treatment is surgical excision. ...Read more