Terms used in the video:

Tachypnoea -rapid Breathing (greater than 20 breaths per minute)club

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 Cyanosisthe 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.

 

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