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    on Dec 14, 2010
    MURMURS Grading of intensity of murmurs: Grade I - So faint and heard only with special effort Grade II - Soft but readily detected Grade III - Prominent but not loud Grade IV - Loud usually with palpable thrill Grade V - Very loud w...
  • on Dec 9, 2010
    PALPATATION 1. APEX BEAT: • Patient should be examined in the supine, sitting, and left lateral decubitus position. • Normal apex beat is palpable as brief outward impulse (intersection of left mid clavicular line an...
  • “CVS Examination & Physiological Changes in CVS System During PREGNANCY"
    on Dec 9, 2010
    General Examination FACIES • Apprehensive facies produced by pain, anxiety and respiratory distress (MI, angina, PE, arrhythmias as VT, fast AF) A ) Skin Color and Texture • Malar flush: long-standing MS, •...
  • on Dec 9, 2010
    Inspection Precordium Ant. Aspect of Chest which ovelies the ht. N precordium has a smooth contour, slightly convex. Bulging: • Enlarged ht • Pericardial effusion • Mediastinal tumor • Pl...
  • CLUBBING And Breathing Patterns
    on Dec 9, 2010
    CLUBBINGBreathing Patterns...
    on Dec 9, 2010
    Cyanosis • Is not apparent till Hb • In CHD cyanosis is observed if R to L shunt is > 25% of CO and not improved by 100% of O2 • Good examination of tongue, lips, earlobes, fingers, toes is recommended Four Type...
  • JVP
    on Dec 9, 2010
    JVP • The Normal JVP consist of 3 +ve pulse waves (a,c and v) and 2 –ve pulse wave (x and y) Normal JVP A -- Atrial systole à Coincide with 4th H.S. X -- Atrial relaxation C -- Bulging of TV into RA during V systole à...
  • on Dec 9, 2010
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