14131 - Cardiogenic Shok Develops in 10% to 20% of patients...

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Cardiogenic Cardiogenic Shok Shok
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Some Notes Some Notes Develops in 10% to 20% of patients hospitalized AMI Mortality of such patients approximately 80% or higher Very few patients develop shock immediately after AMI About half of the patients develop shock within 24h
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Pathology Pathology
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Clinical signs Clinical signs ECG shows the pattern of AMI or acute coronary insufficiency The SBP < 80 mm Hg * Pulse rate is 100 per min or faster** The urinary output is low, 30 ml or less per hour There are clinical signs of peripheral circulatory collapse
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Differential diagnosis Differential diagnosis Massive pulmonary embolism Acute dissecting aneurism of the aorta Acute cardiac tamponade Acute hemorrhage Cerebrovascular thrombosis Diabetic acidosis Acute pancreatitis Acute adrenal insufficiency
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Starlings law of the heart The ability of the heart to increase its output in response to an increase in venouse return represents a positive feedback in which altered blood flow to the heart leads to a corresponding change in blood flow leaving the heart.
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