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Old 16-04-2017, 03:53 PM   #60
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Originally Posted by De Gothia View Post
That would be the more serious hemorrhagic shock, which is a life-threatening. Usually due to accidents or other serious trauma, blood loss etc. I'm sure we both know the treatment, before you ask.
I call it traumatic shock or true shock.

Heamoragic blood loss can often be unseen internally like crush injuries, rather that open atrerial loss outside of the body.

Yes the perpetrator was more than likely full of holes, yet we saw no external pneumothorax patches in the pictures which is highly suspicious indeed.
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