Terms used in the video:
Tachypnoea -rapid Breathing (greater than 20 breaths per minute)
Pallor – pale color of the skin
Cyanosis – bluish or purple appearance or hue to the skin or mucus membranes
Clubbing – finger and toe tips enlarge and nail beds begin to look like they are floating and can turn white
Peripheral Cyanosis – the bluish tint in fingers or extremities indicating inadequate circulation
Splinter Hemorrhages – appear like thin, red to reddish-brown lines of blood under the nails
Radial–radial delay – when checking both radial pulses at once, one pulse lags behind the other
Postural Hypotension – or Orthostatic hypotension is where a standing systolic BP drops 20 mm Hg or a decrease in diastolic blood pressure of 10 mm Hg or greater when standing as opposed to their sitting BP.
Malar flush – a plum-red color seen on cheeks from poor vascular perfusion to that area.