What is Cardiogenic Shock?
Due to the inappropriate blood supply that can lead to an inadequate amount of nutrients and oxygen.
Cardiogenic shock is lightly uncommon, but it’s a severe medical urgency for the patient when it occurs.
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Sign and symptoms
Causes of cardiogenic shock
- Blockage of the blood vessel in the lung.
- damage to the wall of the heart due to increased heart pressure.
- Damage to the valves
- Allowing the backflow of blood.
- Muscles of the heart is not working properly
- Smoke and drugs can also affect the heart’s ability to pumping and blood supply may lead to cardiogenic shock.
- Acute MI
- Severe hypoxemia
- Pericardial tamponade
- Structural abnormalities
- Valvular abnormality
- Ventricular septal rupture
Risk factors of cardiogenic shock
signs and symptoms cardiogenic shock
In Medicines you can take the following :
- Nitroglycerine (vasodilator)
- Vasoactive medications
- Vasopressin (ADH)
Cardiogenic shock vs heart failure
Cardiogenic shock isn’t necessarily a discrete object but exceptionally may be conceptualized as the most severe form of heart failure.
Patients with difficult heart failure may go in and out of cardiogenic shock, depending on their management.
Complications of cardiogenic shock
- Brain damage
- Heart attack
- Kidney failure
- Most importantly, if you have experienced a heart attack or any one of the symptoms, call to doctor in an emergency and take proper treatment. After that, exercise regularly to manage your weight. Eat healthy food to manage your diet.
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