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HEMODYNAMIC SHOCKWHAT IS SHOCK?It is a state of inadequate tissue perfusion due to lack of oxygen that impairs cellularfunction and can lead to organ failureIt israpidly-progressingandlifethreatening; thus,early detection with rapid response isnecessary to improve client outcomeOlder adults are more at risk because decreased catecholamine and baroreceptor responseleading to a drop in CORemember, CO is the amount of blood pumped by the heart minute, or in other words, itis the amount of work performed by the heart in response to the body’s need for oxygenThe more oxygen is needed, the harder the heart worksSYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE SYNDROME [SIRS] OCCURS WITHINFECTION, ISCHEMIA, INFARCTION, AND INJURYManifestations involve multiple body systems and can lead tomultiple organdysfunction syndrome [MODS]The prognosis for a person with MODS is poorRisk factors include:Tissue trauma from burns, crush injuries, and surgical procedures
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