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5 Matching questions

  1. Location of gallop
  2. Physiologic Split S2
  3. normal rate of heart
  4. pericardium
  5. blowing mumur
  1. a apex
  2. b NORMAL, inspriation decreased intrathoracic pressure increase venous return to the heart
  3. c fibrous sac tht surroung and protects the heart
  4. d 60-100
  5. e mitral and tricupid insufficency

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. regular
  2. beat have weaker amplitude with inspiration stronger with expiration
  3. returns unxoygenated blood to the heart
  4. normal in young child or young adults up to 35-40, disappears when the patient sits up accociated with high cardiac output.(pregnancy,hyper thyroid, anemia)
  5. signals the on set of systole with the closing of the tricuspid and bicuspid valves or the AV valves due to a greater pressure in the ventricles from the maximun filling of blood

5 True/False questions

  1. location of the heartlocated at the R atrium, the top border of the heart

          

  2. Pericardial friction Rubgrating, squeaking, scratching,

          

  3. apical impulse seenincompetent valves premit reflux of blood, produciondilated, tortuous veins. unremitting hydrostatic pressure causes distal valves to be incompetent and causing worsening of the varicosity, over age 45 more likely in women, subjective; aching heaviness in caf easy fatigability, night leg or foot cramps

          

  4. Nocturinaat night at rest decrsed metabolic needs increased venous return to teh right atrium increasing urine formation

          

  5. a thrill in the second and third left interspace occurrs with pulmonic stenosis and pulmonic hypertensionbase

          

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