Flashcards in CPVR Unit II Deck (6)
Where and what would you hear in ASD?
ULSB; Diastolic rumble across tricuspid valve, systolic ejection murmur, and wide fixed split S2 due to delayed PV closing.
Where and what would you hear in VSD?
LLSB; diastolic rumble across bicuspid valve, holosystolic murmur across VSD, and loud P2 (higher pulmonic pressure). Hypertrophy of both ventricles.
Where and what would you hear in PDA?
ULSB; continuous machine-like murmur.
Where and what would you hear in Tetralogy of Fallot?
ULSB because of pulmonic stenosis; loud systolic (crescendo-descrendo). RVH
Where and what would you hear in Coarctation?
w/ PDA: ULSB; continuous murmur
w/ bicuspid aorta: mid systolic click ejection murmur
EKG: infants RVH, children LVH, and adults, LVH and ST depression.