How to recognize and respond to hypovolemic shock

How to recognize and respond to hypovolemic shock

Fluid loss…poor tissue perfusion…oxygen deprivation…acidosis…multisystem organ failure. Unless interrupted, the scary chain of events in hypovolemic shock leads to death. Learn how to hault this perilous process with…
recognizing complications oncology patient

Recognizing complications in the oncology patient

Quick response includes paying attention to the details. Takeaways: Rapid assessment is key to identifying early complications in the oncology patient. Sense of urgency for early intervention is…

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