CVR5

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Bobopudge
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65854
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CVR5
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2011-03-31 06:40:18
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CVR pressure waves volume murmurs
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The Cardiac Cycle and Murmurs
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  1. What are the three parts of systole?
    • Isovolumetric contraction
    • rapid ejection
    • slow ejection
  2. How do you calculate pulse pressure?
    • Systole - Diastole
    • 120 - 80 = 40
  3. How do you calculate Mean Arterial Pressure?
    • (2/3 DP + 1/3 SP) / 2
    • PP/3 + DP
  4. The proportion of EDV that is ejected
    Ejection fraction
  5. This sound is in children between rapid and slow filling phase
    S3
  6. This extra heart sound can be heard during atrial contraction
    S4
  7. Narrowing of aorta is called this
    Aortic stenosis
  8. What does the "a" wave mean?
    atrial contraction
  9. What does the "c" wave mean?
    chucking of AV valves backwards during systole
  10. What does the "v" wave mean?
    filling of atria while AV valves are closed
  11. What does the "y" wave mean?
    right atrial emptying
  12. What is this?
    • Ejection systolic murmur
    • Atrial stenosis
  13. What is this?
    • Pan-systolic murmur
    • mitral or tricuspid regurgitation
  14. An insight into aortic pressure part of the cycle:
  15. The whole cardiac cycle:
  16. What does this mean?
    • Early diastolic murmur
    • aortic regurgitation
    • best heard when patiient leans forward at end of expiration
  17. What does this mean?
    • Mid diastolic murmur
    • mitral stenosis

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