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Can hemorrhagic shock do permanent damage?

Hemorrhagic shock can have permanent aftereffects. The longer it goes untreated, the more tissue damage can occur. Sometimes even after treatment is administered, the sudden return of oxygen to deprived tissue can cause damage. Hemorrhagic shock has been known to cause damage to brain and kidneys; it can also cause gangrene, which sometimes requires amputation.

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