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Cyanosis and hypoxemia in an infant - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   there is 1 year baby whose nails are blue,
Doctor :   okay
User :   and she has a high level of hemoglobin ,she is also suffering from cold
User :   after the test
Doctor :   ok
User :   what is problem
User :   what this symptoms lead to
Doctor :   there are several reasons for such type of condition
User :   like
Doctor :   Blue nails called cyanosis in medical language
User :   ?
User :   actually its not blue..... it looks lik violet....!!
Doctor :   cyanosis and high hemoglobin levels indicate hypoxemia in the patient
User :   and also her lips r violet whn she crys.... .she has a heart prob...!!
User :   so how can we rectify t...??
Doctor :   low oxygen levels in blood might be becuase of respiratory or cardiac problem

Doctor :   so baby needs a physical examination, after that physician will run proper investigations to diagnose the condition
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