Urgent Care: Shock

January 2005
Mayo Clinic Guide to Self-Care;2005, p11
Presents first aid tips for a shock victim. Symptoms in a person experiencing shock; Best position for the affected person; Importance of loosening tight clothing; Prevention of choking; Importance of calling emergency medical assistance immediately.


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