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Traumatic Hypovolemic Shock in the ER

Traumatic Hypovolemic Shock in the ER

Traumatic Hypovolemic Shock in the ER

Ms JoAnn Nocito BA, BSN, CVT, RN
Ms JoAnn Nocito BA, BSN, CVT, RN
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

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Launch date: 03 Apr 2017
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Last updated: 09 Dec 2018

Reference: 177313

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Dr Stacin Wyatt (7 Oct 2018)
Great case presentation, informative and entertaining.
Divinea Gleeson (6 Jun 2018)
very good little course, very well thought out.
Amanda Harris (4 Jan 2018)
I enjoyed this course - it was short and sweet, but definitely had a lot of great information.

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Description

This learning session is a case report of a patient suffering from injuries sustained in a roll-over car accident. This session introduces and discusses hypovolemic shock, one of the most common causes of shock in the emergency room. The case also discusses developing medical interventions used to improve outcome in patient with trauma and hemorrhage.

Objectives

Understanding Shock
Definition of shock and understanding the mechanism
Trauma-Associated Hyperfibrinolysis
New developments on treating patients in hyperfibrinolytic states post trauma
Ms JoAnn Nocito BA, BSN, CVT, RN

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Ms JoAnn Nocito BA, BSN, CVT, RN
on behalf of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society

JoAnn L. Nocito is a registered nurse specializing in pediatrics and women's health. Prior to nursing, she was a certified veterinary technician for twelve years with experience in general practice, zoological medicine, surgery, emergency and critical care. She is extremely excited to start a new occupation in human medicine, but plans to continue a career in veterinary medicine. She studied animal behavior while pursing her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology prior to completing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Native to Texas, she has also resided in Arizona and recently moved to Colorado in 2016! She enjoys hiking, running, volleyball and recently began cycling! She has five cats: Stellar, Star, Brann, Nessa and Brophy, and a silverfox rabbit names Hiccup.

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User Reviews (11)

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Dr Stacin Wyatt (7 Oct 2018)
Great case presentation, informative and entertaining.
Divinea Gleeson (6 Jun 2018)
very good little course, very well thought out.
Amanda Harris (4 Jan 2018)
I enjoyed this course - it was short and sweet, but definitely had a lot of great information.
Mrs Tricia DeGrazia CVT (30 Nov 2018)
Very Thorough
Megan Rush (30 Mar 2018)
Great visuals
Hillary Lieb (30 Jun 2018)
Interesting, informative, thorough. Learned for the first time about Aminocaproic acid and what it does!
Dr Amanda Cushing (27 Dec 2017)
Nice case study. Had never heard of the anti-fibrogin drug before
VICTORIA DERLETH (21 Apr 2018)
Thank you for sharing this case! I found it very educational!
Miss Melissa Murphy (20 Dec 2017)
Useful facts and informaiton
(15 Nov 2018)
informative, detailed information
Ms Dyann Jackson (12 Feb 2018)
This was a thorough explanation of Hypovolemic Shock treatment. JoAnn was articulate and easy to follow. Rate for this course is Very Good!

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