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bruit blowing swishing sound from artherscopic plaque stenosis of the arteries
murmur sounds like bruit, but caused by cardiac disorder, aortic valve disorders hard to distinguish from bruit
thrill palpable vibration like purring of a cat signifies turbulent blood flow accompanies lour murmurs
sinus arrtythmia young adults rhythm varies upon inspiration
s1 lub-dub louder than s2 coincides with cartoid pulsation also the r-wave of the4 qrs complex it is the closure of the av valves and is beginning of systoleor atrial contraction
s2 CLOSURE OF SEMILUNAR WAVES, heard over pericardium, dup or t-dup, ventrical contraction
tachycardia bradycardia infantile infants more than/150, newborns more than 200/min
bilateral edema heart failure or systemic illnesses
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