Origin of cyanosis
OTHER WORDS FROM cyanosiscy·a·not·ic [sahy-uh-not-ik], /ˌsaɪ əˈnɒt ɪk/, adjectivehy·per·cy·a·no·sis, noun
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How to use cyanosis in a sentence
Still, we have patients in the state, as far as cyanosis and agonal type respiration, who are resuscitatable.
His eyes were opened and somewhat exophthalmic and color was greatly suffused, cyanotic—a purplish cyanosis.
That's not a lay term either, but when the patient is in oxygen need or oxygen want, cyanosis would be apparent.
The toxæmia is profound, and the face and lips assume a characteristic cyanosis.
Pressure over the skin does not cause the colour to disappear as in ordinary cyanosis.