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Murmurs - Theory & Practice

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Murmurs Intro




Audio files source: Texas Children's Hospital

Valve Sounds

#01- Normal S1 / S2 with S2 variation

Normal S1 / S2 with S2 variation


#02- S3 Normal

S3 Normal


#03- S3 Loud

S3 loud



#04- S4 Gallop

S4 Gallop


#05- S4 soft

S4 Soft


#06- Ejection Click

Ejection Click (Aorta)


#07- MVP w mid systolic

Mid-systolic click (MVP)


#08- Normal Still's Murmur

Normal Stills Murmur


#09-

Normal Stills Murmur


#10-

Normal Stills Murmur


#11-

Normal Stills murmur


#12-

Stills Murmur w Valsalva



HOCM 

#13-

HOCM Apex - at Rest


#14-

HOCM - Apex, Valsalva -Decr Preload


#15-

HOCM Apex Squat to Stand


#16-

HOCM - Apex - Handgrip to incr SVR


Aortic Stenosis
#17-

Aortic Stenosis with click


#18-

Aortic Stenosis




Pulmonary Stenosis
#19-

Pulmonary Stenosis


#20-

Pulmonary Stenosis - mid sternal border


#21-

Pulmonary Stenosis


#22-

Pulmonary Stenosis & Pulmonary Regurgitation




Peripheral Pulmonary Stenosis
#23-

Peripheral Pulmonary Stenosis - front


#24-

Peripheral Pulm Stenosis - back



Atrial Septal Defects
#25-

ASD


#26-

ASD LUSB


#27-

ASD LLSB



Ventricular Septal Defects
#28-

VSD - holosystolic


#29-

VSD - S1 coincident, ends before S2



PDA murmurs
#30-

PDA - continuous


#31-

PDA - continuous


#32-

PDA soft systolic




Venous Hum
#33-

Venous Hum


#34-

Venous Hum w compression



Vein of Galen Malformation
#35-

Vein of Galen



Mitral Regurgitation & Mitral Valve Prolapse
#36-

MVP with MR


#37-

Mid-systolic click (MVP)


#38-

MVP stand squat


#39-

Diastolic rumble & HSM





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