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Spinal Cord Injury--spinal shock OR autonomic dysreflexia? by W. Manor, MSN, RN,CS

Differentiate signs/symptoms, etiology, and treatment of spinal shock and autonomic dysreflexia

AB
hypotensionspinal shock
flaccid paralysis below injuryspinal shock
atonic bladderspinal shock
warm extremeties/absence of sweatingspinal shock
absence of sweatingspinal shock
decreased sympathetic NSspinal shock
increased parasympathetic NSspinal shock
treat with vasopressorsspinal shock
increased BPautonomic dysreflexia
severe pound headacheautonomic dysreflexia
flushingautonomic dysreflexia
perfuse sweating above level of injuryautonomic dysreflexia
nasal congestionautonomic dysreflexia
place in sitting positionautonomic dysreflexia
full bladder most common causeautonomic dysreflexia
exaggerated sympathetic stimulationautonomic dysreflexia

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