PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, INVESTIGATIONS, AND TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOGENIC SHOCK: A REVIEW

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OMAR ELSAKA
MONEER AYMAN NOURELDEAN
Mohamed Adel GAMIL
MOSTAFA TAREK GHAZALI
ASHRAF HAMADA ABD AL-RAZIK
DALIA HISHAM

Abstract

Background: Cardiogenic shock is a type of heart failure characterized by decreased cardiac output, which causes end-organ hypoperfusion and tissue hypoxia. This exercise discusses the diagnosis and treatment of cardiogenic shock, as well as the role of the interprofessional team in enhancing patient care.

Conclusion: The purpose of this review article is to describe the etiology of cardiogenic shock, describe the history and physical examination of patients with cardiogenic shock, review the management of patients with cardiogenic shock, and explain the importance of collaboration and communication among the interprofessional team in improving the delivery of care for patients with cardiogenic shock.

Keywords:
Cardiogenic shock, dobutamine, echocardiography, hypoperfusion, inotropic medications, intra-aortic balloon pump counterpulsation, percutaneous coronary intervention, vasopressor

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ELSAKA, O., NOURELDEAN, M. A., GAMIL, M. A., GHAZALI, M. T., AL-RAZIK, A. H. A., & HISHAM, D. (2022). PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, INVESTIGATIONS, AND TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOGENIC SHOCK: A REVIEW. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 12(2), 15-30. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/2742
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