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4 diastolic heart murmurs

1. aortic regurgitation
2. pulmonic regurgitation
3. mitral stenosis
4. tricuspid stenosis

2

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

3

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

4

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

5

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

6

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

7

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

8

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

9

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

10

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

11

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

12

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

13

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

14

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

15

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

16

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

17

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

18

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

19

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

20

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

21

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

22

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

23

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

24

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

25

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

26

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

27

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

28

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

29

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

30

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

31

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

32

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

33

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

34

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

35

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

36

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

37

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

38

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

39

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

40

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

41

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

42

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

43

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

44

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

45

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

46

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

47

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

48

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

49

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

50

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

51

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

52

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

53

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

54

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

55

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

56

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

57

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

58

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

59

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

60

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

61

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

62

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

63

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

64

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

65

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

66

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

67

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

68

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

69

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

70

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

71

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

72

after what heart sound would diastolic murmurs be heard

S2

73

rumbling late diastolic murmur with opening snap

mitral stenosis

*does not start at beginning of diastole; OS due to abrubt halt after rapid opening; stops b/c fused at leaflet tips

74

what can cause mitral stenosis

rheumatic fever; chronic M. stenosis can result in left atrial dilation

75

what can enhance mitral stenosis murmur

maneuvers that ↑ LA return like expiration

76

immediate high-pitched, blowing diastolic murmur; decrescendo

aortic regurgitation

77

what can ↑ intensity of aortic regurgitation

hand grip--> anything that increases SVR or afterload

78

causes of aortic regurgitation (3)

1. aortic root dilation (syphilis and Marfans)
2. Bicuspid aortic valve
3. rheumatic fever (or endocarditis)

79

2 classic signs seen with aortic regurg

1. head bobbing
2. bounding pulses--> due to widened pulse pressure

80

left sternal border usually means which valve is being auscultated

pulmonic--> can hear both pulmonic or aortic regurg here

81

where is a PDA best heard?

left infraclavicular area--> loudest at S2

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