Overview of Heart Murmurs | almostadoctor
Overview of Murmurs – Click for full size Eponymous signs of aortic regurgitation Name Sign Austin Flint Murmur Mid-diastolic murmur in the absence of mitral stenosis Becker Sign Accentuated Retinal Artery Pulsation Corrigan’s Sign Collapsing pulse (aka ‘Water Hammer pulse’) De Musset sign Head bobbing in time with the heart beat Duroziez sign Femoral artery […]
Mind Maps | almostadoctor
Look out for the mind map logo on our notes pages or choose from a topic below: Cardiovascular Aortic Aneurysm Heart Failure Hypertension Myocardial Infarction Respiratory Asthma COPD Lung Cancer TB Pleural Effusion Gastroenterology Large Bowel Disorders IBS Liver Disorders Part I Liver Disorders Part II Malabsorption Oesophageal Disorders Peptic Ulcer Disease Part I Peptic […]
Pharmacotherapy Considerations in Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Selecting the appropriate drug, dose, timing, and route of administration are among the many challenges faced in this setting.
Mitral Stenosis Aortic Stenosis Regrgitation CHF Rheumatic Disease S1 S2 Aortic Pulmonic Tricuspid Mitral Valve Disorders My Level 2 Sheet covering Abnormal Heart Sounds Pulse Pressure Cardiac output Stroke Volume PAWP Wedge pressure CVP JVP JVD nursingkamp.com Nursing KAMP Student NCLEX StickENotes Right Sided measurements are more related to fluid balance and build up of fluid in the peripheral side.#Nursingschool…
Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease | Medchrome
Definition: Rheumatic fever (RF) is an acute, immunologically mediated, multisystem inflammatory disease involving heart, joints, CNS, skin and other tissues…
6 Symptoms Of Rheumatic Fever – Arthritis & Body Pains
Rheumatic fever is quite common and occurs worldwide, affecting more than 2 million people across the globe. The worst part is that this fever affects ...
Acute Rheumatic Fever: The Health Relevance Of Its Differential Diagnosis, Treatment And Prophylaxis
Infective endocarditis may present with fever and heart lesions. Presence of clubbing, hepatosplenomegaly, absence of arthritis and development of embolic complications help to distinguish this