I'm working on a video depo of a paramedic, and he says something that I can't find a spelling for and I'm not sure is a real word. I wish I knew how to attach the audio like Jennie does so you could listen to it, but since I don't know how, I'll just give you the context and a description of how it sounds. It sounds like hypoglemia or hypoglyemia. The closest thing I know to that is hypoglycemia, but that doesn't make sense in context. Here's the answer below:
A. Less than or equal to two cap refill stands for capillary refill. And basically that is when you pinch -- the way we do it as a paramedic is you pinch your nail bed, and if you see the return of blood within less than two seconds, that shows that you have good circulation through the body. So it means that blood is flowing. When it's delayed, you'll see the sign greater than two, and that means that there's something going on, hypoglyemia-wise [sic].
So in this patient's status, he had a cap refill of less than two, so he was -- at that current time, he was circulating blood fine.