Split S2 Cardiac Auscultation: Inspiration, Wide, Paradoxical, Fixed | Pulmonic Aortic Stenosis, ASD
Physiological splitting of the second heart sound during inhalation, wider if there is pulmonic stenosis. Aortic stenosis causes paradoxical splitting during exhalation, An atrial septal defect causes fixed splitting. This is the "Bonus Video" for our first 100 subscribers! Please SUBSCRIBE for new videos: more cool stuff coming as we get more Hippo Helpers! Cardiac/Respiratory Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIPkjUW-piR0QD_IsxkMTRA0LxdOcwJN6 Playlist to hear recorded recorded Split S2 sounds: (with our mnemonic comments beneath the uploaders' notes:): http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1F996585D3CFF669 Previous part of our tutorial series (heart murmurs): http://youtu.be/rcHtce4t3ak First part of our tutorial series (S1, S2, S3, S4): http://youtu.be/qd1FhUJ8y7c Visit: http://helphippo.com for archived videos, organized by topic/school year.
over 7 years ago
Audio Flashcards to practice cardiac murmur auscultation: http://www.helphippo.com/flash/flashcards.html Cardiac murmurs for nursing and medical students to learn auscultation of abnormal heart sounds for regurgitation and stenosis of aortic, pulmonary, mitral and tricuspid valves. Please SUBSCRIBE for new videos: More cool stuff coming as we get more Hippo Helpers! Visit: http:// helphippo.com for archived videos, organized by topic/school year. Cardiac/Respiratory Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIPkjUW-piR0QD_IsxkMTRA0LxdOcwJN6 Part 1 of our introductory cardiac auscultation series at: http://youtu.be/qd1FhUJ8y7c Playlist to listen to recorded heart sounds (with HelpHippo's mnemonic notes beneath the uploader's description) is at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4A5E9A37522CB42E Visit: http://helphippo.com for archived videos, organized by topic/school year.
over 7 years ago
I am having difficulty detecting which type of murmur it is with the fast pumping of the heart.
over 8 years ago
This podcast addresses the evaluation of heart murmurs in children. The clinical features that distinguish an innocent murmur from a pathologic murmur are discussed. Common innocent and pathologic murmurs are addressed and audio examples are provided. Lastly, some suggestions are offered for explaining innocent murmurs to parents. This podcast was written by Dr. Andrew Mackie, a pediatric cardiologist at the Stollery Children's Hospital. Dr. Mackie is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Public Health Sciences at the University of Alberta. These podcasts are designed to give medical students an overview of key topics in pediatrics. The audio versions are accessible on iTunes. You can find more great pediatrics content at www.pedscases.com.<br/>
about 11 years ago