holosystolic


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holosystolic

 [hol″o-sis-tol´ik]
pertaining to the entire systole.

pan·sys·tol·ic

(pan'sis-tol'ik),
Lasting throughout systole, extending from first to second heart sound.
Synonym(s): holosystolic

pan·sys·tol·ic

(pan'sis-tol'ik)
Lasting throughout systole; extending from first to second heart sound.
Synonym(s): holosystolic.
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On day 20 of life holosystolic murmur suggestive of PDA was heard on auscultation with no signs of cardiac failure.
Other pathological findings include a peripheral capillary oxygen saturation (SpO2) = 93%, disseminated bronchial rales on both anterior and posterior thorax lung areas, BP = 180/90mmHg, heart rate (HR) = 82 beats/min, regular heart rhythm, murmur of aortic calcification, 2nd/4th grade of mitral holosystolic murmur, distended abdomen due to adipose tissue, meteorism, flatulence, and liver edge palpable at the costal margin.
A grade 3/6 holosystolic murmur was heard best at the mitral area and radiated to the axilla.
Heart rhythm was normal but a holosystolic blowing murmur with grade III intensity and a mid-to-late systole clicking murmur were readily audible in the apical region of the heart.
Most innocent murmurs are monitored appropriately in the primary care setting, but referral is more strongly suggested for murmurs of concern, which include holosystolic murmurs, grade 3-6 murmurs, and diastolic murmurs.
In advanced stages, there may be signs of valvular regurgitation and right heart failure which include elevated jugular venous pressure with accentuated V waves (in the presence of tricuspid regurgitation), diastolic murmur of pulmonary regurgitation, holosystolic murmur of tricuspid regurgitation, right ventricular S3 gallop, pulsatile hepatomegaly, peripheral edema and ascites.
At this ER visit, he had a II/VI holosystolic murmur, subconjunctival petechial hemorrhages, and bibasilar crackles.
The murmurs that cause this effect are often called holosystolic. If S1 appears split it is either caused by a click or by asynchronous closure of the MV and TV.
Heart: Regular rate and rhythm with a high-pitched holosystolic murmur heard at the left sternal border at the 4th intercostal space.
The child was cyanotic with early clubbing and a grade 3/6 holosystolic murmer at the left sternal border.
Physical examination showed a slightly elevated temperature and jugular venous pressure, holosystolic murmur, enlarged liver, abnormal pulse, and pleural effusions.