cyanotic


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cy·a·not·ic

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

cyanotic

See cyanosed.

cy·a·not·ic

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

Cyanotic

Marked by bluish discoloration of the skin due to a lack of oxygen in the blood. It is one of the types of congenital heart disease.
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An attempt to breast-feed the infant was accompanied with cyanotic spells and crying episodes followed by reluctance to feed.
Thrombocytopenia in cyanotic diseases is dangerous and it related to immune thrombocy topenia, polycythemia , hyperviscosity, pseudothrombocytopenia, and drugs .
Our patient has a congenital cyanotic heart defect which is characterised by the rare combination of increased pulmonary blood flow to the left lung, with development of unilateral pulmonary hypertension, and decreased blood flow to the right lung, with under-perfusion of that lung.
Although case 1 was not confirmed by a laboratory analysis, the infant's cyanotic appearance and nitrate exposure history support a presumptive diagnosis of methemoglobinemia as described by Bosch et al.
Five events had been excluded from the data set for varied reasons: two were receiving blood transfusions, two had cyanotic cardiac defects that were not identified at the time of data collection, and one had expired and had no arterial blood gasses that were taken while they were in a stable condition.
We've observed people who have been down 20 minutes and appear cold and cyanotic, and soon become pink and warm after using the device.
Objective: To compare the outcome of cyanotic and Acyanotic patients undergone congenital cardiac surgery.
Masimo announced today that a new study reported on the accuracy of Masimo's Blue sensors as compared to Nellcor and Masimo Standard sensors for cyanotic children with blood oxygen saturation less than 85%.
They were grouped according to cardiac diagnosis: group APAH (n = 22), acyanotic patients with pulmonary hypertension; group AWTPAH (n = 14), acyanotic patients without pulmonary hypertension; group CWTPAH (n=12), cyanotic patients without pulmonary hypertension; and group CPAH (n = 2), cyanotic patients with pulmonary hypertension.
2] Common associations include cyanotic congenital heart diseases, infective endocarditis, primary and metastatic lung cancer, suppurative lung diseases, interstitial lung diseases (ILD), inflammatory bowel disease and hepatic cirrhosis.
Torsion causes uterine veins to be obstructed and with continued inflow of arterial blood, marked congestion and edema occurs, cyanotic condition and necrosis of uterine horn is seen in present case of torsion of uterine horn.