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A patient presents with a knife stab to the abdomen just above the umbilicus. The wound is not bleeding. He is cold, pale, and clammy. The abdomen is tender and rigid. His radial pulse is barely palpable, with a pulse rate of 122 bpm. What is the next step in his management?

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