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Common Symptoms - Bri Gamble

diaphoresisexcessive perspiration diaphoresis
a red appearance to the skin flsuhing
a yellow appearance by the skin jaundice
rashan eruption of the skin rash
(less than 60 bpm) an adnormally slow pulse rate bradycardia
a decrease in the amount of water in the body. dehydration
The retention of fluid in the tissue edema
an abnormally fast heart beat (greater than 100 bpm) tachycardia
a loss of appetite and lack of interest in food. anorexia
a condition in which the stool becomes hard and dry. constipation
the passage of an increased number of loose, watery stools. diarrhea
the presence of gas in the stomach or intestines. flatulence
a sensation of discomfort in the stomach with a feeling that vomiting may occur. nausea
This is the ejection of the stomach contents through the mouth, also known as emesis. vomiting
an involuntary and forceful exhalation of air followed by a deep inhalation. cough
a bluish discoloration of the skin due to lack of oxygen. cyanosis
labored or difficult breathing dyspnea
hemorrhaging from the nose (nosebleed) epistaxis
a feeling of coldness accompanied by shivering; generally present with a fever chills
involuntary contractions of the muscles convulsions
a body temp that is higher than normal fever or pyrexia
a feeling of pain or aching in the head a common symptom that accompanies may illnesses can be a result of tension headache
a vague sense of body discomfort weakness and fatigue often marking onset of a disease and continuing through the course of the illness malaise
irritation of the pain receptors resulting of disease or suffering it is importantindication that a part of the body is not working properly pain
severe itching pruritus
a feeling od dizziness or light-headedness vertigo
this is the ejection of the stomach contents through the mouth also know as emesis. vomiting
Created by: briannagamble