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Septic shock

Severe infection, especially gram-negative bacterial infection, can often cause septic shock. Septic shock, also known as septic shock, refers to the septic syndrome with shock caused by microorganisms and their toxins. Microorganisms and their toxins and cell wall products in the infection focus invade the blood circulation, activate various cells and body fluid systems of the host, produce cytokines and endogenous mediators, act on various organs and systems of the body, affect their perfusion, and lead to tissue and cell ischemia and hypoxia, metabolic disorder, dysfunction, and even multiple organ failure.

Symptoms

Anaphylactic shock

Allergic conjunctivitis

altitude stress

Liver abscess

Femoral nerve injury

Osteoarthritis

Femoral neck fracture

Hookworm disease

Altitude sickness

Altitude maladjustment

High power cycle

Atrioventricular block height

Hyperlipoproteinemia

Gordon syndrome

hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage

Toxoplasmosis

Hypertensive crisis

Infectious endocarditis renal damage

High altitude polycythemia

Abnormal coronary artery originated from pulmonary artery

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