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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.

cyanosed

[sī′ənōst]
having a bluish discoloration of the skin, fingernails, and mucous membranes caused by a deficiency of oxygen in the blood. Also calledcyanotic.

cy·a·not·ic

(sī'ă-not'ik)
Relating to or marked by cyanosis.
Synonym(s): cyanosed.

cyanosed

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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.
Livedo reticularis is a weblike pattern of cyanosed skin surrounding pale areas, seen most often on the leg, which is persistent and does not disappear after warming.
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.
Perhaps it will give the slowly re-awakening cyanosed corpse of a city a heartbeat and lifeblood.
Securing the airway of a cyanosed child was of paramount importance.
Half an hour after extubation, she had again difficulty in breathing, became restless and cyanosed so had to be reintubated and put on ventilator.
I felt for a pulse quickly, there was none, they were both badly cyanosed and they needed attempted resuscitation immediately.
His examination revealed a fully awake, deeply jaundiced man with a slightly cyanosed lips and tongue.
On examination, the boy was anxious, pale and cyanosed with marked respiratory distress.