Hypoperfusion - Ernest T

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Shock, also known as hypoperfusion, is simply an inadequacy of perfusion, or blood supply, to tissue. Shock can be caused by many different injuries and conditions. It is often characterized by cold, clammy skin and abnormal vital signs. In extreme cases the patient's mentation can be affected, which is always reason to take immediate and definitive action. There are three stages of shock: compensated, decompensated, and irreversible.

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