pansystolic


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pan·sys·tol·ic

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

pansystolic

/pan·sys·tol·ic/ (pan″sis-tol´ik) pertaining to or affecting all of, or occurring throughout, systole.

pansystolic

[-sistol′ik]
pertaining to the entire systole. Also called holosystolic.

pan·sys·tol·ic

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

pansystolic

the whole of systole; includes presystolic and systolic phases. See also heart murmur.
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She also had a pansystolic murmur, audible over the left lower sternal border.
A pansystolic murmur and a palpable second heart sound (P2) was present on auscultation.
Precordial examination revealed a loud pulmonary component of the second heart sound and a pansystolic murmur over the tricuspid valve.
2] 74 % with an FIO2 of 21 %, central and peripheral cyanosis, Mallampati 3, pansystolic murmur IV/VI, predominantly in the lung; FHR 142; upper limbs with clubbing of fingers.
Cardiac examination showed left parasternal heave, loud P2 and a grade 2 pansystolic murmur on tricuspid area.
A grade 2/6 pansystolic murmur at the left lower sternal border was also appreciated.
The intensity of small VSD murmurs may vary from 2/6 to 6/6 and can be early systolic rather than pansystolic.
Crackles were heard on both sides of the chest, and a grade 4/6 pansystolic murmur was loudest over the mitral valve area.
A patient with a pansystolic murmur, murmur greater than grade Ill, or a pure diastolic murmur (except for one with a venous hum diastolic component) also should be referred, she said.
A patient with a pansystolic murmur, murmur greater than grade III, or a pure diastolic murmur (except for one with a venous hum diastolic component) also should be referred, she said.
A pansystolic apical murmur radiating to the axilla was detected.