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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cardiogenic Assess ABC's Administer high- flow oxygen Shock the types of Patient is often complaining of chest pain. Place patient in a semi sitting position. Do NOT administer nitroglycerin if blood pressure is low. Request ALS & transport promptly. Keep alert to assist patient with ventilation, resuscitation or defibrillation. Obstructive Request for ALS - Immediately In treating cardiac tamponade, weigh the need for positive-pressure ventilations agaisnt the possibility of hypoventilation. In treating tension pneumothorax, high-flow oxygen should be applied early to prevent hypoxia. Prompt transport to the closest possible emergency department. Septic Asses and manage life threats to the ABC's . Administer high-flow oxygen. Prevent heat loss. Transport as promptly as possible. Suspect neurogenic shock if the MOI is suspicious. Provide spinal immobilization. Provide oxygen and assist breathing as necessary. Maintain cervical spine stablization and airway control with a modified jaw-thrust. Neurogenic double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Prevent heat loss. Elevate the foot end of the backboard. - to move blood into vital organs. Trasport promptly to a trauma center. Anaphylactic Be prepared to assist the patient with their prescribed epinephrine auto-injjector. Oxygenate & ventilate the patient as necessary. Transport promptly to the closest emergency department. Request ALS Clear obstructions and suction airway as required. Give supplemental oxygen and assist ventilations if necessary. Respiratory Insufficiency Transport promptly. Preform a thorough primary assessment to identify any possible life-threatening causes of syncope. Admisister oxygen, elevate legs, & prevent heat loss. Prefornm secondary assessment. - to identify injuries when patient collapsed. Transport. Psychogenic Do not delay transport.-transport to trauma center. Always administer high-flow oxygen. Place patient in shock position or Trendelenburg's. Splint injured extremities to slow blood loss. Control external bleeding. Manage threats to ABCs. Focus of preventing further blood or fluid loss. Hypovolemic Caused by cardiac tamponade or tension pneumothorax. A sudden reaction of the nervous system causes a temporary vasodilation,resulting in syncope. Severe allergic reactions. Caused by a loss of blood or body fluids. Patients in shock result in... Involves an injury to the central nervous system, causing the patients blood vessels to dilate. A systemic infection causes the blood vessels to become leaky and dilate, causing container to enlarge. A failure of the heart and often results in mydiocardial infarction.
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