Anaphylactic shock displays features of both distributive (vasodilatory) and hypovolemic shock. The management of severe forms of these types of shock is discussed separately. (See "Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) and sepsis in children: Definitions, epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and diagnosis" and "Hypovolemic shock in children: Initial evaluation and management" and "Evaluation and management of suspected sepsis and septic shock in adults", section on 'Vasopressors' and "Treatment of severe hypovolemia or hypovolemic shock in adults" .)
But the most similar in its properties to boldenone, as oddly enough, turned out to nandrolone. Despite the dissimilarity of the structure of the molecules of the two drugs, and equipoise, nandrolone, and have approximately the same propensity for aromatization (though, of course, unlike that of nandrolone to estradiol conversion takes place without the participation of the aromatase enzyme). Moreover, the androgen receptor stabilization time of these drugs is approximately the same. Nandrolone and equipoise many experts recommend as interchangeable, and believe not entirely appropriate to their one-time use. In my opinion, this is not entirely justified, and that's why.
During treatment of VF/pulseless VT healthcare providers must ensure that coordination between CPR and shock delivery is efficient. When VF is present for more than a few minutes, the myocardium is depleted of oxygen and metabolic substrates. A brief period of chest compressions can deliver oxygen and energy substrates and “unload” the volume-overloaded right ventricle, increasing the likelihood that a perfusing rhythm will return after shock delivery At this time the benefit of delaying defibrillation to perform CPR before defibrillation is unclear (Class IIb, LOE B).