Definition of Shock, vasogenic

Reviewed on 3/29/2021

Shock, vasogenic: Shock caused by widening of the blood vessels, usually from medication. Symptoms include dizziness and loss of consciousness. Treatment includes lying supine, discontinuing the offending medication (if present), and fluid administration.

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