Loss of effective circulating blood volume resulting in inadequate perfusion
Blood loss exceeds ability to compensate and tissue and organ perfusion decrease. At the tissue level, hyp...
Class I hemorrhage: Loss of up to 15% of blood volume (up to 750 mL in 70 kg adult):
Respiratory rate (RR) 14–20
Increased or normal pulse pressure
Treatment should be initiated as soon as shock state recognized while simultaneously identifying underlying bleeding source
The goal is to restore tissue and organ perfusion and to control so...
Severity of hemorrhagic shock class and volume loss can be determined by vital signs and careful physical exam
Fluid resuscitation should balance goal of restoring organ perfusion a...
American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma. Advanced Trauma Life Support. 9th ed. Chicago, IL: American College of Surgeons; 2012.
Curry N, Davis PW. What's new in resusci...
459.0 Hemorrhage, unspecified
865.04 Injury to spleen without mention of open wound into cavity, massive parenchymal disruption
958.4 Traumatic shock
864.05 Injury to liver without mention of o...
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