Welcome to the lesson on responding to obstructive shock. In this video, we'll discuss obstructive shock management. Causes of obstructive shock require rapid and definitive care since they are acutely life threatening. Cardiac tamponade requires pericardial drainage. tension pneumothorax requires needle decompression and subsequent placement of a chest tube that is to the Academy. pediatric heart surgeons can address vascular abnormalities and ductus arterial osis can be induced to remain open by administering prostaglandin e one analogs pulmonary embolism care is mostly supportive, though trained personnel could administer fiber analytic and anticoagulant agents.
Management of these complex ideologies is beyond the scope of these videos and the corresponding pls manual. This concludes our lesson in responding to obstructive shock. Next, we'll review recognizing cardiac arrest.