Two 7-month-old raccoon dogs from farm D appeared healthy but on necropsy showed cyanosed
Apart from the fact that the neonate was cyanosed
with increased respiration the physical examination was unremarkable.
Cardiac and coronary insufficiency may impair blood flow with feet cyanosed
and starved of oxygenated blood, with resultant delayed healing and poorer skin protection to hazard and disease.
Tonic phase--loss of consciousness, patient becomes rigid and cyanosed
He was not pale, cyanosed
, or jaundiced, and there was no oedema, or clubbing.
As respiratory distress increases, the patient becomes anxious, sweaty and cyanosed
and will die unless given ventilatory support.
On presentation she was centrally cyanosed
, confused and agitated.
The patient will eventually become cyanosed
if left untreated.
The baby had an initial heart rate of 86 beats per minute, was pale and cyanosed
(respiratory rate of 50 breaths per minute), with oxygen saturation levels of 88 - 92%.
Patients are generally not cyanosed
and lung signs are due to hyperinflation/air trapping.
2] had fallen to 39% and the patient was deeply cyanosed
adults with congenital cardiac malformations depressed?
He was pale but not cyanosed
, and hyperventilating; his skin was warm and he was sweating profusely; pulse 55-60, regular and of good volume.
The doctor then visited the home immediately, and on examination found the patient cyanosed
, bradycardic and wheezy, and she diagnosed cardiac failure.
Likewise, cool or cyanosed
extremities with sluggish capillary refill suggest vascular volume deficit.