Flashcards in Name that murmur Deck (8)
diastolic decrescendo blowing murmur
continuous machine like murmur throughout both systole and diastole
Patent ductus arteriosus
crescendo-decrescendo murmur over 2nd right intercostal space, radiating into the neck. Squatting increases the intensity of aortic stenosis because of an increase in stroke volume.
opening snap with a mid-diastolic rumble. The intensity of the murmur is increased in the left lateral decubitus position
mid-systolic ejection click followed by a mid-to-late systolic murmur. Squatting increases left ventricular volume, decreasing prolapse and therefore decreasing the intensity of the murmur.
Mitral valve prolapse with regurgitation
harsh systolic murmur that radiates to the apex and the base. Squatting increases left ventricular volume, decreasing outflow obstruction and therefore decreasing the intensity of the murmur.