Ch09 - Chapter 9 Shock OBJECTIVE 1: LIST TWO CONDITIONS...

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Chapter 9 Shock OBJECTIVE 1: LIST TWO CONDITIONS THAT CAN RESULT IN SHOCK. Class: Interpret, Difficulty: Average 1. Which condition may result in shock? a. Significant loss of nutrients b. Significant loss of blood c. Significant loss of air d. Significant loss of hair Class: Interpret, Difficulty: Easy 2. True or false: Shock occurs when an adequate amount of fluid is circulating to the vital organs. False OBJECTIVE 2: IDENTIFY FIVE TYPES OF SHOCK AND THE CONDITIONS THAT CAUSE EACH OF THEM. Class: Recall, Difficulty: Easy 3. Which of the following is most likely to cause shock? a. A small cut on a finger b. A severe allergic reaction c. A sprained or strained ankle d. Eating too much food and getting indigestion OBJECTIVE 3: LIST AT LEAST SEVEN SIGNALS OF SHOCK. Class: Recall, Difficulty: Average 4. Which is a signal of shock? a. Calm, quiet reactions to surroundings b. Skin that is dry and normal in color c. Slow to normal breathing d. A rapid, weak pulse Class: Interpret, Difficulty: Average
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5. In the later stages of shock, the skin may be _____. Cool and blue in color
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2008 for the course HLTH 2120 taught by Professor Bryant during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Southern University .

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Ch09 - Chapter 9 Shock OBJECTIVE 1: LIST TWO CONDITIONS...

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