What are the signs by which it can be determined that the victim develops secondary or late shock.

Signs of secondary or late shock are: a depressed state, the victim’s complete indifference to himself and what is happening around him, a decrease or absence of a reaction to pain, lowered body temperature, rapid breathing, vomiting, cold to the touch, and clammy skin.

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