Should marked symptoms of exhaustion or of cyanosis arise, the bathing should be at once stopped.
cyanosis of the extremities seemed to have been present only at first.
Like pneumonia, anesthesia may kill the fetus if kept up for a long time, or if marked by cyanosis.
In other cases of phthisis and of cyanosis the nails and finger-ends become clubbed like acorns.
The duration of the attack is not longer than ten seconds, and there is no cyanosis or distress of any kind.
The nausea and abdominal pain are more marked, while the dyspnoea, cyanosis, and shrunken condition of the skin are less marked.
That's not a lay term either, but when the patient is in oxygen need or oxygen want, cyanosis would be apparent.
With the re-establishment of respiration the cyanosis rapidly fades, to be succeeded in some cases by pallor and perspiration.
Still, we have patients in the state, as far as cyanosis and agonal type respiration, who are resuscitatable.
cyanosis of the extremities (bluish tinge, due to excessive venous circulation).
cyanosis cy·a·no·sis (sī'ə-nō'sĭs)
A bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes resulting from inadequate oxygenation of the blood.