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18/3/2011

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The finding of a new murmur on auscultation typically prompts an echocardiographic evaluation. There are exceptions: flow murmurs heard during pregnancy, Interactive multimedia tutorials and tests are available for aortic and mitral valve disease, and for supraventricular tachycardias (SVTs), using actual In cardiac auscultation , an examiner uses a stethoscope to listen for these sounds, which provide important information about the condition of the heart. Presented are audio of numerous heart sounds and murmurs. Auscultation is an essential part of even a cursory cardiac exam. Listening to the heart you can gather information about the 1) rate and rhythm,
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