cyanosis

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a bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes

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The cause of a congenital heart defect -- signs and symptoms of which can include rapid breathing, bluish skin, poor weight gain and feeling tired -- is often unknown.
Bluish skin can represent traces of hemosiderin associated with vascular injury and visual distortion from light refraction to the filler through the skin (the Tyndall effect) (13).
Some had bluish skin, a sign of oxygen deprivation.
In young children look for mottled or bluish skin, lethargy or hard to wake, extreme cold, breathing too fast, a rash that stays when pressed, or convulsing.
This netizen poked fun at Thanos' bluish skin seen in earlier films, comparing it with his more 'tanned' complexion in the trailer.
The warning signs of alcohol poisoning include: mental confusion, stupor, coma, not being able to be roused, vomiting, seizures, slow breathing (less than eight breaths per minute), irregular breathing (10 or more seconds between breaths), and signs of hypothermia (e.g., low body temperature, bluish skin color, paleness) (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 2015).
He discussed the symptoms of heart disease in children i.e, Rapid breathing, Bluish skin, lips, and nails, Fatigue or difficulty feeding, Poor weight gain, Sweating, especially while feeding.
In some cases, brown skin transitions to bluish skin.
Life-threatening signs of alcohol poisoning include the inability to wake up from sleep, vomiting, seizures, slow or irregular breathing or heart rate, and low body temperature, bluish skin color, or pallor.