By Wayne E. Wingfield MS DVM DAVECC DACVS
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16. What are the main consequences of the cellular energy deficit in patients with shock? Lack of oxygen delivery leads to a general failure of energy-dependent functions of the cell. The end result is cell swelling and death. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the primary "currency" of metabolism, and failure to deliver adequate oxygen and nutrients to the cell slows and stops the production of this vital chemical. Life itself depends on continual production and availability of ATP to run the energy-dependent mechanisms of cell function.
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Veterinary Emergency Medicine Secrets by Wayne E. Wingfield MS DVM DAVECC DACVS