RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 1
SHOCKRUKHSANAQASIM
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 3WHAT IS SHOCKShock is happenswhen the heart and bloodvessels are unable topump enough oxygen-rich...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI4Symptoms Pale, cold, clammy and moist skin Vacant or dull eyes, dilated pupils. Anxiety, restle...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI5Symptoms Weak, rapid, or absent pulse. Shallow, rapid, and irregularbreathing. Nausea and vomit...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 6SymptomsExcessive thirst.Person may seemconfused or tired.Loss of blood pressure.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 7CLASSIFICATION OF SHOCK Hypovolemic Shock. Neurogenic Shock. Psychogenic Shock. Anaphylactic ...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI8HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK:This form of shock is brought onby a decrease in the amount of bloodvessels or o...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 9NEUROGENIC SHOCK:In the case of neurogenic shock, theblood vessels become abnormally enlargedand ...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 10PSYCHOGENIC SHOCKThis shock is morecommon, and is known as a“shock like condition”. It isproduce...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 11ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCKThis form of shock isbrought on by an allergic reactionfrom a food, bee sting ...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 12TREATMENT OFSHOCKSHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 13Call for helpSHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI14Lay the victim face up, on ablanket or coat if possible, andraise the feet above the headunless t...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI15If the person is bleeding from themouth or vomiting, tilt their headto the side to avoid fluids g...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI16If you are unsure of injurieskeep the person laying flat.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI17Loosen tight clothing, belts,jewelry etc to avoidconstriction of the waist, neckand chest.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 18Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI19If they are bleeding severely do notapply heat to the wounded areaSHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI20Ifpossible, remove wet clothing andplace blankets beneath the victim.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI21Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI22NEVERuse artificial sources ofheatSHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 23Check for other injuries, such asbleeding and burns and treat theother injuries according tofirs...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 24If possible try to splint sprains orbroken bones.If you are unsure of how to dothis, leave them ...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 25If they claim they are thirstymoisten their lips with waterbutDO NOT give them anything todrink,...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI26Try to keep the victim calm,try to assure them help is onthe way.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI27Rememberif you can perform these actionsbefore shock has completely developedyou may prevent its ...
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 28Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 29it is extremely importantthat first aid be performedas soon as possible.SHOCK
RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 30Your role is to take action,whether by providing first aid,seeking medical help. Youractions may...
THANKSRUKHSANA QASIMINSTRUCTORCIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING SCHOOL,KARACHISHOCK
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  1. 1. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 1
  2. 2. SHOCKRUKHSANAQASIM
  3. 3. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 3WHAT IS SHOCKShock is happenswhen the heart and bloodvessels are unable topump enough oxygen-richblood to the vital organsof the body.SHOCK
  4. 4. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI4Symptoms Pale, cold, clammy and moist skin Vacant or dull eyes, dilated pupils. Anxiety, restlessness, and faintingSHOCK
  5. 5. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI5Symptoms Weak, rapid, or absent pulse. Shallow, rapid, and irregularbreathing. Nausea and vomiting.SHOCK
  6. 6. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 6SymptomsExcessive thirst.Person may seemconfused or tired.Loss of blood pressure.SHOCK
  7. 7. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 7CLASSIFICATION OF SHOCK Hypovolemic Shock. Neurogenic Shock. Psychogenic Shock. Anaphylactic Shock.SHOCK
  8. 8. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI8HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK:This form of shock is brought onby a decrease in the amount of bloodvessels or other fluids in the body.Excessive bleeding from internal andexternal injuries, fluid loss due todiarrhea, burns, dehydration, andsevere vomiting usually cause thiskind of shock.SHOCK
  9. 9. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 9NEUROGENIC SHOCK:In the case of neurogenic shock, theblood vessels become abnormally enlargedand the pooling of the blood disallows anadequate blood flow to be maintained.Fainting is an example of this sort of shock,as the blood temporarily pools as the personstands. When the person falls the bloodrushes back to the head and the problem issolved .SHOCK
  10. 10. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 10PSYCHOGENIC SHOCKThis shock is morecommon, and is known as a“shock like condition”. It isproduced by excessive fear,joy, anger, or grief.SHOCK
  11. 11. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 11ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCKThis form of shock isbrought on by an allergic reactionfrom a food, bee sting or otherinsect bite, and inhalants.SHOCK
  12. 12. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 12TREATMENT OFSHOCKSHOCK
  13. 13. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 13Call for helpSHOCK
  14. 14. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI14Lay the victim face up, on ablanket or coat if possible, andraise the feet above the headunless they are fractured.SHOCK
  15. 15. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI15If the person is bleeding from themouth or vomiting, tilt their headto the side to avoid fluids goinginto the lungs and airwaysSHOCK
  16. 16. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI16If you are unsure of injurieskeep the person laying flat.SHOCK
  17. 17. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI17Loosen tight clothing, belts,jewelry etc to avoidconstriction of the waist, neckand chest.SHOCK
  18. 18. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 18Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
  19. 19. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI19If they are bleeding severely do notapply heat to the wounded areaSHOCK
  20. 20. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI20Ifpossible, remove wet clothing andplace blankets beneath the victim.SHOCK
  21. 21. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI21Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
  22. 22. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI22NEVERuse artificial sources ofheatSHOCK
  23. 23. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 23Check for other injuries, such asbleeding and burns and treat theother injuries according tofirst aid procedures.SHOCK
  24. 24. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 24If possible try to splint sprains orbroken bones.If you are unsure of how to dothis, leave them as they are toavoid further damage.SHOCK
  25. 25. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 25If they claim they are thirstymoisten their lips with waterbutDO NOT give them anything todrink, as it may induce vomiting.SHOCK
  26. 26. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI26Try to keep the victim calm,try to assure them help is onthe way.SHOCK
  27. 27. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI27Rememberif you can perform these actionsbefore shock has completely developedyou may prevent its occurrence and if ithad developed you may stop it frombecoming fatal. If shock is leftunattended to the victim will die,SHOCK
  28. 28. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 28Keep the victim comfortable andwarm enough to be able tomaintain their own body heat.SHOCK
  29. 29. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 29it is extremely importantthat first aid be performedas soon as possible.SHOCK
  30. 30. RUKHSANA QASIM CDTS KHI 30Your role is to take action,whether by providing first aid,seeking medical help. Youractions may improve the victimschance of recoveryIf you are the first on the scene ofaccident that results in an injuryor serious illnessSHOCK
  31. 31. THANKSRUKHSANA QASIMINSTRUCTORCIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING SCHOOL,KARACHISHOCK
  32. 32. SHOCK

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