Advanced Pathophysiology for APN
Cardiogenic Shock, Cardiogenic, Shock, Low Output, Cardiac Output
Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing
Cardiogenic shock is a commonly seen problem within intensive care units across the world. Despite significant research into the process, mortality rates remain high. It is a condition that is frequently developed secondary to myocardial infarction (MI) and can lead to significant hemodynamic compromise and death. The purpose of this poster is to provide more in-depth knowledge of cardiogenic shock. The poster highlights the pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, treatment, and the implications for nursing surrounding the condition. No specific studies were addressed in the poster, however, several examples can be found through the references listed.
Lawler, Sean, "Cardiogenic Shock" (2020). Nursing Student Class Projects (Formerly MSN). 455.