65 year old labourer fainted at construction site , LOC and poor turgor , high temp what will not seen in this patient ?
Hot red skin
Attaching Harrison reference
Omg i marked sweating ,i guess bradycardia should be answer
In shock tachycardia is present to increase blood supply
what saabit krna ??
You are blind folded ??
Can’t you see reference ?
are you okay by mind ??
Who gave dhingra reference for this ?
Bradycardia…there will be compensatory tachycardia
There was no Bradykardia in option… There was tachypnea… So answer should be sweating
No sweating is classic for heat stroke.so i too think,maybe Brady was not there in option.
More the time is passing,options n question details are becoming hazy.so I think its better to let go now.
Only nbe knows their answers
Heat stroke is the most serious heat-related illness. It occurs when the body becomes unable to control its temperature: the body’s temperature rises rapidly, the sweating mechanism fails, and the body is unable to cool down. Body temperature may rise to 106°F or higher within 10 to 15 minutes.
Answer of this q is sweating only.
Because the pic u posted is of heat exhaustion but in exam heat stroke was given (not exhaustion).
Heat exhaustion profusely sweat
Heat stroke do not sweat.
Reference- thameem sir e gurukul