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H&T Reversible Causes of Cardiac Arrest: Hypovolemia
17th March 2023 • Pass ACLS Tip of the Day • Paul Taylor
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When a patient loses excessive amounts of fluids, we say that they are in a state of hypovolemia.

The most obvious cause of hypovolemia is from bleeding.

Bleeding can be internal or external and caused by trauma, pathology, or iatrogenic.

Classic signs & symptoms of hypovolemic shock.

Volume replacement with crystalloids vs blood.

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