Understanding hypovolaemic, cardiogenic and septic shock.

Abstract

Shock is a complex physiological syndrome. If it is not detected and treated promptly, it can lead to death. This article reviews and summarises the latest findings, treatment and nursing and medical interventions for three of the most common forms of shock, namely, hypovolaemic, cardiogenic and septic shock. 

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@article{Garretson2007UnderstandingHC, title={Understanding hypovolaemic, cardiogenic and septic shock.}, author={Sharon Garretson and Shelly Malberti}, journal={Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987)}, year={2007}, volume={21 50}, pages={46-55; quiz 58} }