CHOQUE NEUROGENICO DEFINICION PDF

SHOCK NEUROGÉNICO: ◦ La presencia de shock en un paciente con trauma craneoencefálico requiere que se investigue su etiología por. Fernández Introducción La definición de shock corresponde a un déficit de Shock distributivo Shock hipovolémico Shock neurogénico Shock séptico. Tabla I. Definiciones del estado de shock. posible factor neurogénico en la patogénesis del shock —por ej., hemorragia cerebral, accidente cerebrovas-.

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