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294 Possible Causes for Peripheral Pulse Decreased, Prolonged Capillary Refill

  • Hypovolemia

    These circulation changes include tachycardia, narrowing pulse pressure, possible systolic hypotension, capillary refill time 2 seconds, cool/pale skin, weak to absent peripheral[] Prolonged capillary refill ( 2 seconds) , especially when combined with tachycardia, is more specific, although it may be difficult to measure.[] Prolonged capillary refill time (pressing on the nail) and orthostatic hypotension are not reliable signs of mild to moderate hypovolemia 5 .[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    pulsesdecreased urine output • Increased Cardiac Contractility: • Blood Pressure 8.[] Prolonged capillary refill ( 2 seconds) , especially when combined with tachycardia, is more specific, although it may be difficult to measure.[] If the 5th toe is cold with a prolonged capillary refill, I progress to the other toes, up the foot, then the leg.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Examination of the extremities should be included because general perfusion and capillary refill can help in assessment of dehydration.[] An especially valid sign is the presence of prolonged skin tenting ( 41 ).[]

    Missing: Peripheral Pulse Decreased
  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Prolonged central capillary refill time 2 seconds. Difficulty in breathing as shown by intermittent apnoea, grunting and not feeding.[]

    Missing: Peripheral Pulse Decreased
  • Takayasu Arteritis

    pulses are decreased or absent in patients at low risk of atherosclerosis and other aortic disorders, especially in young women.[] peripheral artery pulses, (2) blood pressure difference greater than 10 mm Hg in any limb, (3) bruits of the aorta or its major branches, (4) hypertension, and (5) elevated[] […] angiography or aortic arteriography The diagnosis of Takayasu arteritis is suspected when symptoms suggest ischemia of organs supplied by the aorta or its branches or when peripheral[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill
  • Vasculitis

    Classically, children present with claudication, absent peripheral pulses, blood pressure abnormalities, strokes, and features of internal organ ischemia.[] peripheral artery pulse and/or claudication of extremities Blood pressure difference of more than 10 mm Hg Bruits over aorta and/or its major branches Hypertension (related[] Characteristic clinical features are caused by stenotic large vessels and subsequently decreased blood supply to the organ systems.[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill
  • Arteriosclerosis

    , carotid artery bruits, and focal neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease: Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene[] […] neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease - Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene, and ulceration Abdominal[] […] muscular arteries, or target organ ischemia or infarction, such as the following: Hyperlipidemia: Xanthelasma and tendon xanthomata Cerebrovascular disease: Diminished carotid pulses[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    […] legs or feet Weak or absent pulses in the limb If your case of peripheral artery disease is more severe, your doctor may find: Hair loss over the toes and feet Painful, non-bleeding[] Other symptoms of peripheral vascular disease may include: changes in the skin, including decreased skin temperature, or thin, brittle shiny skin on the legs and feet diminished[] During which, he or she may find: A whooshing sound with the stethoscope over the artery (arterial bruits) Decreased blood pressure in the affected limb Loss of hair on the[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill
  • Ergotism

    Symptoms are typically claudication and a burning sensation in the lower limbs, decreased distal pulses, and skin that is cool to the touch with a bluish discoloration in[] In the gangrenous form of modern ergotism, patients are mentally intact, and peripheral vasculature is the target of the disorder, due to alpha-adrenergic stimulation.[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill
  • Leriche Syndrome

    Obstruction in the more proximal vessels is easily recognized when palpation of the femoral artery reveals decreased or absent pulse.[] Typically, Leriche syndrome is associated with a poorer prognosis as compared to more distal peripheral arterial diseases.[]

    Missing: Prolonged Capillary Refill

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