In assessing a client for shock, what are some findings? Select all that apply.

 

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- Bradycardia

- Increased blood pressure

- Cool, clammy skin

- Weak or absent pulse

- Oliguria

Rationale

Some typical findings of shock include decreased blood pressure, tachycardia (and a weak thready pulse), cool, clammy skin, and oliguria.

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