The distinctive mill wheel murmur is heard over the precordium
Commotio Cordis Registry illustrated the dangers implicit in striking the chest sharply in any way including lightly or inadvertently Because of these dangers, the investigators recommended the development of chest protectors that more reliably cover the precordium
and more efficiently prevent ventricular fibrillation following a precordial blow (JAMA 287:1142-46, 2002).
A grade II/VI injection murmur, thought to be a heroic murmur, was audible over the precordium
During the first postpartum day, the subcutaneous swelling abated and crepitations were audible over the precordium
in phase with cardiac systole (Hamman's sign).
On auscultation of precordium
, first and second heart sounds were normal, with ejection systolic click followed by grade 4 early systolic murmur radiating to both carotids which increased in intensity on expiration.
Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of mobile phone (MP) on cardiac electrical activity by examining the heart rate variability (HRV), UT, P dispersions and blood pressure (BP) while the MP is located on the precordium
This is accomplished by strapping the transmitter of a phonendoscope to the precordium
Assessments in the cardiac portion of an exam should include inspection (visible cardiac impulses on the precordium
are sometimes a bad sign), palpation, and auscultation, he said.
The standard of care in a penetrating trauma over the precordium
involves a focused assessment with sonography for trauma (FAST) examination with assessment of pericardial space.
If the palpitations are sporadic, the primary care physician can order an events recorder for the child, who then takes it home for 30 days and places it over the precordium
when experiencing palpitations.
In cardiovascular, there is a continuous machinery murmur over the precordium
, radiating to the back with a palpable thrill.
He had palpable hepatosplenomegaly, but no murmur was detected in the precordium