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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. location the hear pericardial friction rub
  2. pitting edema +4
  3. abnormal pulsation on the precordium Apex
  4. pulse deficit
  5. PS (systolic)
  1. a pulmonary valve stenosis
  2. b signals a weak contraction fo teh ventricles occure with Afib, premature beats and heart failure
  3. c very deep pitting, indentationlast as long time very swollen
  4. d apex and and the left lower border; heard best when the patient sits up and leans forward
  5. e cardiac enlargement displaces the apical impulse laterally and over a wider areas when left ventricular hypertrophy and dilation are present. This is volum over load as in mitral regurgitaion , aortic regurgitation, and left to right shunts

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. abnormal, in older adults, indicated decrease in compliance of ventricles may be early signs of heart failure
  2. back flow due to insufficent plumonic valve mumur heard simultaneously with S2 soft hight pitched blowing diastolic decrescendo heard at 3rd ICS as pwrson sits up and leans forward , radiates down
  3. leaves the right ventricle, bifurcates, and carries the venous blood to the lungs
  4. deep pitting, indention remain for a short time, legs look swollen
  5. mitral valve stenosis

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. used to hear a pericardial rubthe diaphragm of the stethoscope

          

  3. jugular veinattached to the superior vena cava internal and external, internal not palpable and external is you should only see the jugular vein when the person is lying down

          

  4. base of the heartlocated at the R atrium, the top border of the heart

          

  5. assessment for JVDHOB 45, pulse 1-2 cm above the clavicle, JVD is seen in the upright postion