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A thirty year old male patient who was in a major car accident.

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asked Feb 26, 2014 in General Surgery by Rajesh Bahara
You were called to the emergency department to review a thirty year old male patient who was in a major car accident. His vital signs revealed heart rate of 140 beet/min and blood pressure of 60/40. Physical examination and radiograph revealed open-book pelvic fracture. There was no other major injury identified. The diagnosis of this patient is:

a.     Hypovolemic shock.

b.     Septic shock.

c.     Neurogenic shock.

d.     Cardiogenic shock.

e.     Spinal shock.

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a.     Hypovolemic shock.
answered Feb 26, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara

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