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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. bounding pulse
  2. Location of gallop
  3. 3 primary causes of murmurs
  4. precordium
  5. heave or lift
  1. a a sustaing forceful thrusting of the ventricle during systole, occures the ventirclar hypertrophy and increased workload. right heave is on sterna boarder and left is at the apex
  2. b apex
  3. c fever, pregnancy, hyperthyoid, because increase flow; flow through irregular or contricted valve (stenosis or aotric stenosis); backward flow or regurgiatant flow
  4. d the are on the anterior chest overlying the heart and great vessels (great vessels are the major arteries and veins connected to the heart)
  5. e full and strong; lift up under fingertips (4+)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pulmonary valve stenosis
  2. loudness, and maximum possible II/VI
  3. BELL , light places of teh angle of teh jaw, mid cervical area and base of neck having person hold breath briefly so that you dont listen to bronchial sounds
  4. opposite of what you would expect the sound fuse on inspiration and slpit on expiration
  5. listen selectively to one sound at a time

5 True/False questions

  1. posterior tibial (PT)medial mallelus felt behind the groove between the mallellus and the achilles tendon

          

  2. pitting edma +3moderate pitting indentions subsides rapidly

          

  3. jugular veins distentioncommon in children and young adults that speed up slightly with inspiration and expiration

          

  4. pitting edema +4very deep pitting, indentationlast as long time very swollen

          

  5. aortic regurgitationserous fluid between the pericardium and the myocardium

          

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