PD CARDIO

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  1. Amplitude of pulse is described on a scale what are the numbers and what they represent
    • 0-Absent
    • 1-dimished barley palpable
    • 2-Expected
    • 3-full, increased
    • 4-bounding
  2. bounding palpable pulse is represented by what number
    4
  3. Expected palpable pulses are represented by what number
    2
  4. Aplitude of pulse exaddurartly decreases on inspiration due to COPD, Pulmonary effusion constructive perocarditis, pericardial effusion
    Pulsus Paradox
  5. A murmur of Ventricular Septal defect typically presents
    • High Pitched holosystolic
    • heard on left sternal border 3-5 IC space
  6. Blood pressure falls to its lowest point when
    During Diastole
  7. A period of silence that occurs between phase 1 and 2 of the korocoft sounds then reapears 10-15mmhg later, can cause underestimation of systolic or over estimation of diastolic pressure
    Auscultatory gap
  8. Edema that has a noticiable deep pit, last more than a minute and dependent extremity looks fuller and swollen
    Edema scale 3+
  9. Edema pits more than 1, no readily decetable distortion, disappears in 10-15 secs
    2+ Edema
  10. Very deep pitting, 2-5 min, dependent extremity grossly distorted
    4+
  11. Murmer grading scale
    • Grade 1
    • Grade 2
    • Grade 3-Moderate loud
    • Grade 4
    • Grade 5
    • Grade 6
  12. Murmur that is quiet but clearly audible
    Grade 2
  13. Modertly loud murmur
    Grade 3
  14. Loud murmur associated with a thrill
    Grade 4
  15. Very Loud murmur, Thrill easily palpable
    Grade 5
  16. Very Loud, without stethascope in contact with chest, thrill palpable and visible
    Grade 6
  17. Listening to the pulmonic valve and issues to it would be where
    2 and 3 left intercostal space at left sternal border
  18. Mitral valve sounds are auscultated at
    Apex, 5th left intercostal space mid clavicular line
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PD CARDIO
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PD CARDIO VASCULAR TEST
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