Abnormal heart rate, S3 gallop, cold extremities, weak peripheral pulse, prolonged capillary refill time
, abnormal systolic blood pressure and ECG changes were identified as significant risk factors for prolonged hospital stay.
While you're checking the gum coloration, check your horse's capillary refill time
The patient's hand nail capillary refill time
was four seconds, her skin was cold, pale and clammy, and there was a small amount of bright red blood on the vaginal pad.
She was very pale and anxious, and demonstrated the symptoms of tachycardia, tachypnea, low pulse pressure, oliguria, and delayed nail capillary refill time
The clinical signs of poor tissue perfusion are prolonged capillary refill time
(CRT) (>2 s), cool peripheral temperatures with a differential between central and peripheral assessments, and impaired level of consciousness.
The vital signs evaluated were: heart rate (bpm), respiratory rate (breaths/ min), temperature (T[degrees]C), color of the oral mucosa and capillary refill time