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Cardio Heart murmurs

QuestionAnswer
Systolic Heart Murmurs Aortic Stenosis, MR, TR, MVP, VSD
Diastolic heart murmurs AR, MS
Continuous PDA
Crescendo- decrescendo systolic ejection murmur Ejection click, loudes at hear base, radiates to carotids age related, pulsus parvus et tardus Aortic Stenosis
Holosystolic high pitched blowing murmur loudest at apex, radiates to axilla due to ischemic heart disease, MVP, LV dilatation Mitral Regurgitation
Holosystolic, high pitched blowing murmur loudest at tricuspid area, radiates to right sternal border caused by RV dilation Tricuspid regurgitation
Late systolic crescendo murmur midsystolic click most frequent, loudest before S2 predispose to infective endocarditis, myxomatous degeneration, RF or chordae rupture MVP
Holosystolic harsh sounding murmur loudest at tricuspid area VSD
High pitched blowing early diastolic decrescendo murmur long diastolic murmur, hyperdynamic pulse head bobbing wide pulse pressure, due to aortic root dilation, bicuspid aortic valve, endocarditis, RF Aortic Regurgitation
Opening snap delayed rumbling late diastolic murmur secondary to RF Mitral stenosis
Continuous machine like murmur loudest at S2 congenital rubella, prematurity Left infraclavicular area PDA
Created by: Syrica