cardiogenic shock


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cardiogenic shock

[¦kärd·ē·ō¦jen·ik ′shäk]
(medicine)
Shock due to inadequate arterial blood flow following left ventricular failure or pulmonary embolism.
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[47] also reported new scoring system using 12 pre-ECMO parameters, called the survival after VA ECMO (SAVE) score, to identify pre-ECMO factors which influence survival rate in refractory cardiogenic shock patients requiring ECMO.
"Today, Abiomed only treats around 5 percent of this AMI cardiogenic shock patient population, which suffers one of the highest mortality risks of any patient in the heart hospital.
There are many other reports of cardiac complications occurring after scorpion stings in children, including acute pulmonary edema and cardiogenic shock [4,11].
Frequencies and percentages were calculated for qualitative variables such as risk factors, gender, cardiogenic shock, acute LVF, arrhythmias, AV Blocks, mechanical complication, in-hospital complications and duration of hospital stay.
2008;51:210-47) recommend caution in giving beta-blockers in the first 24 hours in patients with risk factors for cardiogenic shock.
Thirty-nine patients with shock were included during the study period; 26 had septic shock and 13 had cardiogenic shock (Table 1).
"The patient's attempt to continue the pregnancy in order to nurture the child's life led to two negative physiological outcomes: the failure of the right side of the patient's heart and cardiogenic shock," Lysaught wrote.
This paper demonstrates a case of left main coronary (LMC) artery embolism resulting in cardiogenic shock and death in a patient with prosthetic mitral valve.
For subgroup analyses, the population in this study consisted of patients with septic shock (n = 1044; 62%), hypovolemic shock (n = 280; 16%) and cardiogenic shock (n = 263; 17%).
A sampling of topics includes: cardiogenic shock, assessment of the infracted left ventricle, post-infarction dynamic left ventricular outflow tract obstruction, right ventricular infarction, acute and sub-acute free wall rupture, ventricular septal rupture, and related conditions.
"We know that the horses had pulmonary edema and were having a toxic reaction and we know that the horses went into cardiogenic shock and succumbed to that," said Dr Swerdlin.