Health

November 2018 Issue

First-Aid for Shock

Shock is an emergency: Rapid action is required to protect the brain and organs from irreversible damage

At the most basic level, “shock” is when something causes the body to shut down and fail to function properly. This is largely due to malfunctions in or damage to the circulatory system leading to low blood pressure, which makes it difficult to get sufficient oxygen to the tissues.

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