Hypovolemic shock is the most common type of pediatric shock. Where injuries cause blood loss it is the most common form form of shock.
Technically blood loss is Hypovolemia, which is a state of decreased blood volume, or more specifically blood plasma. Therefore blood loss is classified as Hypovolemic Shock, which, although independently referred to on its own, can also fall into the class of Distributive Shock. This is caused by any form of hypoxia, which more often then not, is a relative form of Hypovolemia, or blood loss. So essentially- Hypovolemic Shock=Distributive Shock as it = a relative form of Hypovolemia So if you are trying to be specific to an the issue, use HS, but if you want a category that also pertains to other similar shock types, use DS.
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Cardiogenic shock- results from any type of heart failure. Hypovolemic shock- results from the loss of blood volume in the blood vessels "low blood". Neurogenic shock- results from widespread dilation of blood vessels caused by an imbalance in autonomic stimulation of smooth muscles in vessel walls. Anaphylactic- results from an acute allergic reactioncalled anaphylaxis.
This happens sometimes in blood transfusions. There are certain types of blood that can be given to another type without going into shock. O blood type can be give to anyone... but if your O, you can only receive O. If a blood type is B and you give them A or AB, they can go into shock and possibly die.
Vascular, due to extreme vasodilation as a result of loss of vasomotor tone
Transient vascular shock is a type of shock that occurs if a person sunbaths for a very long time. It causes dizziness and the blood pressure falls.