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Dynamic Auscultation

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Dynamic Auscultation by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Heart Sounds.


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    1. Venodilation
    2. Increased venous return
    3. Venoconstriction
    4. Vasoconstriction
    1. Venodilation
    2. Vasoconstriction
    3. Aortic stenosis
    4. Coarctation of the aorta
    5. Increased total peripheral resistance
    1. Phase II Valsava
    2. Decreased thoracic pressure
    3. Increased abdominal pressure
    4. Deep inspiration
    5. Passive leg elevation
    1. Decreased stretch sensed by carotid baroreceptors and transmitted via the glossopharyngeal nerve
    2. Increased stretch sensed by carotid baroreceptors and transmitted via the vagus nerve
    3. Decreased stretch sensed by aortic baroreceptors and transmitted via the glossopharyngeal nerve
    4. Increased stretch sensed by aortic baroreceptors and transmitted via the glossopharyngeal nerve
    5. Decreased stretch sensed by the carotid baroreceptors and transmitted via the vagus nerve
    1. Increased total peripheral resistance permitting a reversal of the right to left shunt
    2. Increased venous return by venoconstriction of lower extremity vessels
    3. Decreasing afterload in order to ease arterial resistance
    4. Decreasing preload in order to assist volume overloaded state
    5. Increasing preload to improve cardiac output
    1. Blood pressure is approximately normal due to a balance between venoconstriction and arterial vasodilation
    2. Blood pressure increases due to a an increase in arterial vasoconstriction and a lesser degree of venodilation
    3. Blood pressure decreases due to global arterial and venous vasodilation
    4. Blood pressure is approximately normal due to a balance between venodilation and arterial vasoconstriction
    5. Blood pressure increases due to arterial and venous vasoconstriction

    Author of lecture Dynamic Auscultation

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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