Shock is the next-door neighbor of death. Shock can present in a myriad of different forms, making early recognition challenging. However, early diagnosis is essential. Shock can be caused by a broad differential of serious illnesses. Unlike most differential diagnosis lists, every item on this differential is life-threatening. Fortunately, many causes of shock are reversible if identified early. Therefore, as soon as shock is identified the cause must be sorted out and treated as rapidly as possible.
The IBCC chapter is located here.
- The podcast & comments are below.
Follow us on iTunes
The Podcast Episode
Want to Download the Episode?
Right Click Here and Choose Save-As
Latest posts by Josh Farkas (see all)
- PulmCrit- Tranexamic acid for traumatic brain injury (CRASH3) - October 14, 2019
- IBCC asthma chapter post-publication peer review by Weingart - October 11, 2019
- IBCC chapter & cast – Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage & ANCA vasculitis - October 10, 2019