Cardiogenic Shock Recognition

Guest: Jacob C. Jentzer, M.D.
Host: Sharonne N. Hayes, M.D.

Cardiogenic shock is a significant reason for dying and incapacity for sufferers with acute cardiac illness. Early recognition of cardiogenic shock is important to permit well timed intervention to keep away from issues. Contemporary analysis and evolving definitions can facilitate the popularity of delicate manifestations of cardiogenic shock with the objective of bettering affected person outcomes.

Topics Discussed:
What are the widespread manifestations of cardiogenic shock that may allow early recognition?
Can sufferers meet standards for cardiogenic shock even when they’re normotensive?
How have analysis efforts at Mayo Clinic contributed to understanding the popularity of cardiogenic shock?
Are there any programs at Mayo Clinic to facilitate early recognition of cardiogenic shock?