podiatry boards 2

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  1. A murmur heard over the left sternal boarder, decresciendo, during diastole might be what murmur?
    Aortic Regurg
  2. Aortic and pulmonic regurgitation is heard in _____ and mitral tricuspid regurg is heard during _______
    Aortic and pulmonic regurgitation is heard in ___diastole__ and mitral tricuspid regurg is heard during __sistole_____
  3. Aortic and pulmonic stenosis are heard only during______?
    Systole
  4. A infant with patent ductus arteriosis is heard during ____________ becuase ________.
    A infant with patent ductus arteriosis is heard during _systole and diastile _ becuase_the pressures on the left side of the heart are always higher the on the right side of the heart, so blood will shunt from left to right all the time.
  5. your patient has a PR of 0.1 seconds, how many little boxes is this and diagnose the poblem.
    one little box is 0.04 seconds so 0.1 seconds is 2 and a half little boxes.

    The problem is likely a Wolf Parkinson White syndrome, which is when there is a conduction defect from atrium to ventricles.
  6. If P-R is greater that 2 seconds with otherwise normal rate and rythm
    this is first degree block.
  7. PR interval increases until until a QRS is lost, this is called.
    second degree heart block, type I wenckebach's
  8. You are aked to read a ECG strip you see that the PR is always the same, however not every p wave is followed by a QRS, what is this type of block called?
    Type II (Mobitz's)
  9. your patient has an enlarged Q wave and ST elevation, would you reccommend surgery for this patient and their bunion?
    no these are two signs of previous MI
  10. What is the cause of PVC premature ventricular contraction?
    Ectopic foci (pacemakers in the ventricles) if there are many of these pvc's should make you worry about going into v fib

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