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murmurs combank

WVSOM -- Combank -- Heart murmurs and Acid/Base

excess volume at end of diastole increases the pulse pressure as seen by the large difference between the systolic and diastolic blood pressures Aortic regurgitation
increase in afterload that leads to LVH. Systolic murmur that radiates to carotids aortic stenosis
diasotlic rumble. respiratory distress and early diastolic rumble mitral stenosis
respiratory distress and a systolic murmur radiating to axilla mitral regurgitation
A 40 yo obese man complains of frequently waking up in the middle of the night. His wife states he snores. Respiratory Acidosis
A 16 yo girl presents to the emergency department with severe wheezing for the past 15 minutes. She lost her albuterol inhaler. Metabolic alkalosis
A 23 yo man involved in a motor vehicle accident. Labs show hyperkalemia and elevated creatinine Kinase metabolic acidosis
55 yo woman with HTN that has been difficult to control with medication. Imaging reveals renal artery stenoisis. metabolic alkalosis
Aspirin toxicity metabolic aacidosis with respiratory alkalosis
Blowing ejection murmur at the left fourth intercostal space that persists throughout systole VSD
Created by: tjamrose



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