Pearl Harbor Confusion

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Hypoperfusion refers to inadequate supply of oxygen to the body organs; this is a sign that is associated with the blood. By reducing the blood flow in other parts of the body, it will increase the blood flow to the brain, vital organs and heart. The causes of shocks were excessive loss of blood, excessive pain, infection, heart attack, stroke, poisoning by chemicals, drugs, gases, lack of O2, physiological trauma, dehydration from burns, vomiting and diarrhea. Some symptoms are rapid & weak pulse, rapid breathing, low blood pressure, vomiting/nausea, blurred vision and other signs. In order to treat them, the medical personnels should eliminate the causes of the shock, provide enough blood and oxygen in our body, and there’s different types of injuries, so positioning the shock victim is based on the injury unless the place is dangerous. There are 8 different shocks: Anaphylactic, Carcinogenic, Hemorrhagic,…show more content…
It has affected the American diversity since after the outbreak, the army and Hawaiian government were concerned hence they declared martial law and internment camps for the Japanese including hospitals, and the army were under controlled emergency facilities. In the hospital facilities, triage was used to separate the victims, and divided depending on their wounds or how bad their injury is. The triage first priority was the immediate or critical victims, followed by delayed and catastrophic, next is minimal and urgent and lastly the expectant or the minor. Burns is mostly the common injury, it’s either first, second or third degree burn. Another one is a wound; most of the patient has severe injuries that cause them to death. This has shaped the way medical professionals respond to mass casualties on the day of the surprise attack of Japanese planes on the island of

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