, bowel sounds, and visual acuity are not signs related to complications of epidural anesthesia.
Focused assessment with sonography for trauma (FAST) was negative with capillary refill
less than 2 seconds.
The most common clinical signs are those associated with acute abdominal pain and generalised discomfort, cold sweating, curling of the upper lip, pale mucous membranes and signs of cardio-vascular shock, with tachycardia and tachypnea and prolonged capillary refill
Myocarditis was diagnosed based on clinical signs of shock (tachycardia, poor capillary refill
, and hypotension) along with raised Troponin I and low voltage ECG and low ejection fraction on echocardiography.
The other clinical signs observed in most buffaloes included increased rectal temperature, tachycardia, decreased ruminal movement or ruminal atony, muffled heart sounds or asynchronous abnormal heart sound (splashing, friction rub or metallic sound), painful xiphoid region on palpation, congested mucous membrane and prolonged capillary refill
time in most cases.
In the Pediatric ER, she was tachycardic (260 beats/minute) and hypothermic (32.4 degrees C) with prolonged capillary refill
and faint distal pulses.
Physical exam findings were right hand swelling > left hand swelling; erythema overlying MCPs of right hand; decreased range of motion bilaterally due to swelling; sensation in tact; good capillary refill
. Notable labs were WBC 17.64 x [10.sup.9]/L, ESR 35 mm/hr, CRP 2.60 mg/dL.
Normal lower limb pulses without audible murmurs and a normal capillary refill
(<2sec) were found in both legs.
His skin examination did not reveal any rash or hypo/hyperpigmented lesion but he had decreased skin turgor and the capillary refill
over three seconds.
After approximately 10 minutes, the patient's capillary refill