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cyanosed

 [si´ah-nōsd]
cyanotic.

cy·a·not·ic

(sī'ă-not'ik), Avoid substituting the substandard cyanosed for this word.
Relating to or marked by cyanosis.

cyanosed

(sī′ə-nōzd′, -nōsd′)
adj.
Afflicted with cyanosis.

cy·a·not·ic

(sī'ă-not'ik)
Relating to or marked by cyanosis.
Synonym(s): cyanosed.
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Two 7-month-old raccoon dogs from farm D appeared healthy but on necropsy showed cyanosed splenomegaly.
According to her mother the baby was born in a cyanosed state and was kept on a ventilator for one day.
There may be severe pain, tense swelling, cold cyanosed skin, pain on passive stretching of the muscles and apparently absent pulses.
"His lips were blue and he was cyanosed. "I continued for 20 minutes but at 3.10am I recognised his life to be extinct."
Patients are generally not cyanosed and lung signs are due to hyperinflation/air trapping.
The patient continued to deteriorate, and by the time the intubation trolley arrived Sp[O.sub.2] had fallen to 39% and the patient was deeply cyanosed.
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.
"When a person has an overdose one thing to be worried about is respiratory depression that slows down the person's breathing and as a result the patient can become cyanosed, go blue, and because of shortage of oxygen they can die."
"Jodie's head seems normal but Mary's is obviously enlarged, for she has a swelling at the back of the head and neck, she is facially dysmorphic and blue because she is centrally cyanosed." Conjoined Twins Case, supra note 4, at 729.