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    Add as FriendA case of cardiogenic shock

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    1 : SEMINAR CARIOGENIC SHOCK
    2 : Case Scenarios 4yrs
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    4 : CARIOGENIC SHOCK
    5 : CARIOGENIC SHOCK ITS MANAGEMENT
    6 : What is Shock? Why there is shock? What are the different types of shock? How shock progresses? What is Cardiogenic shock? What are the causes of Cardiogenic shock? How to assess a child with shock? How to differentiate cardiogenic shock from other types? How to manage?
    7 : Shock is an acute, dynamic syndrome of circulatory dysfunction resulting in inadequate organ perfusion and oxygenation, so that the metabolic demands of the organs and tissues are not met.
    8 : Components of Normal Circulatory Function Adequate Cardiac Function Adequate Blood Adequate Vascular Tone
    9 : Classification of Shock
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    12 : Phases of Shock Compensated Decompansated Irreversible
    13 : Initial insult Triggers Shock Decreased perfusion Body’s compensatory mechanism Compensated shock Decompensated shock Tissue damage Multisystem organ failure Death ? ? ? ? ?
    14 : Cardiogenic shock may be the primary cause of shock or a late manifestation of other forms of shock.
    15 : Causes of Cardiogenic Shock in Children Primary Secondary
    16 : Primary Causes
    17 : Trauma
    18 : Congenital heart disease
    19 : Dysrhythmias Viral myocarditis
    20 : Cardiomyopathies Ischemic heart disease
    21 : Secondary Causes
    22 : Metabolic derangements Late septic shock AGN Thyrotoxicosis Pheochromocytoma Hypertention Acidosis Hyperkalemia Hypocalcemia Congenital organic acidemias
    23 : When to suspect shock in a child ?
    24 : Heart rates/min in Normal Children
    25 : Normal blood pressure in children: 50th to 90th percentiles
    26 : Approach to classify undifferentiated shock in children
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    29 : Supportive: ABCs Oxygenation Vascular access Fluid administration Drug therapy

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