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The high venous pressure leads to the distension of the jugular veins (Kussmaul-sign) the cardiac sounds are "mufied." In addition, the peripherial pulse cannot be palpated while cardiac auscultation detects heartbeats, this is referred as pulsus paradoxus.
Cardiovascular examination revealed normal cardiac sounds, no murmurs/rubs, and no chest wall tenderness.
The cardiac sounds were rhythmic and a 2/6[degrees]C systolic murmur was heard.
examined the ability of 78 health care providers, participants in a three-day conference on cardiac auscultation, to interpret 14 abnormal cardiac sounds recorded from actual patients and transmitted via wireless infrared stethoscopes.
Cardiac sounds were rhythmic, blood pressure: 140/90 mm Hg, pulse: 76 beats per minute.
Another example of virtual world training has been set up by San Jose State University in California, which has created a 'heart murmur sim' ('sim' means simulation), where students can listen to real cardiac sounds to identify heart problems.
Cardiac sounds were rhythmic and there were no additional sounds.
He described Hamman's sign, a bubbling or crackling sound in the thorax, occurring with cardiac sounds during the auscultation of the heart.
Cardiopulmonary examination found regular cardiac sounds with systolic tricuspid murmur and abnormal bilateral respiratory sounds (rhonchi).
A normal heart sound (above, top) can be contrasted with cardiac sounds associated with various pathological conditions (middle and bottom).
Physical examination revealed the following findings: general status was poor, was unconscious, pupillae were anisocoric and middalated, normal cardiac sounds, lung sounds were reduced, GCS was 6, PRISM II score was 30 (80.7%), PIM score was 79.8%.