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Change in LOC, excessive confusion, irritable, increased pulse rate, respirations, very thirsty, cool, pale skin, tachycardia, normal to slightly increased blood pressure:
Compensated Shock
Decreased LOC, unconscious, decreased H.R.and respirations, cyanotic, blood is pooling, hypotension, falling blood pressure, bradycardia:
Decompensated Shock
Warm, dry, flushed skin, neurological deficits (paralysis or loss of senstation), change in respiratory pattern, hypothermia, early sign - hypotension, early- normal HR or bradycardia, Late sign - hypothermia.
Neurogenic Shock
Itching, flushing, hives, swelling of the eye lids, lips, and tongue, tightness in the chest, severe dyspnea, abd. cramps, N/V, Diarrhea, Tachycardia, hypotension.
Anaphylactic Shock
Fainting with no sign of serious injury or illness, pt. should recover faily quickly, should show only the early signs of shock except for unconsciousness.
Psychogenic Shock
Elevated temperature early on, decreased temperature later on, petechie (strawberries all over the body, under the skin), creeping mottling, tachycardia, hypotension, change in LOC.
Septic Shock
Dyspnea, Rales, JVD, Tachycardia, decreased blood pressure, increased respirations, diaphoresis, arrhythmias, pump failure, increased volume, fluid back up.
Cardiogenic Shock
Increased pulse and respirations, decreased BP, cyanosis, diaphoresis, internal or external bleedig, change in LOC, anxiousness, hypoxia .
Hypovelemic Shock
Severe headache; blurred vision, altered LOC, s/s of ICP (unequal pupils, paralysis, coma).
Cerebral Arteries Aneurysm
Sudden onset, pain, ripping or tearing sensation, pain may radiate to the neck, back, shoulders or abd., stridor or hoarseness, dyspnea, dysphagia, signs and symptoms of profound hypovolemic shock after rupture.
Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm
Lowere abd pain on the left, pain may be constant or intermittent, palpable abd pulse, lowere back / flank pain, unequal or absent distal pulses.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm