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  1. USMLE Links & Free Ads
    can anyone give me a good website for heart sounds and breathing sounds
  2. USMLE Step 1 Mnemonics
    Mitral Stenosis (MS) Diastolic murmur (mid) Severity: Opening Snap (short A2-OS) MS-DOS MS D-diastolic murmur OS-Opening snap Happy-2
  3. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Squatting and handgrip both increase systemic vascular resistance BUT why MVP intensity increase in handgrip and decrease in squatting?
  4. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    are questions in which we have to get the answer based on identifying heart sounds high yield in exam..i get these kind of questions wrong in uw..ny sgstns?
  5. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    How increase preload (reclining, beta blocker, squatting) decrease murmur intensity?? Source; goljan 3rd ed. pg 188 (C/F of HCM)
  6. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Hey I understand the timing of mid systolic click and the effect of increase/decrease preload on it, but what I dont understand is the effect of preload changes on mitral valve prolapse INTENSITY of murmur why does an increase in perload cause an increase in mitral valve prolapse as written...
  7. USMLE Step 2 CK Forum
    All heart murmurs are available here. Just listen to it and get some confidence. :)
  8. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Where is VSD sound heard? Left Sternal border(says uworld) or Tricuspid area(says fa)?
  9. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    when you have s3 heart sound so that always mean you will have an s4 heart sound ....? S3 --- occurs due to volume overload in the ventricles S4----occurs due to decreased compliance ---> concentric hypertrophy and volume overload are responsible for it But you can have an independent s4...
  10. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Why the murmur of MVP increase with decreased preload and why does it move closer to S1? while with increased venous return it decreases in intensity and moves closer to S2? can you explain?
  11. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Can anyone explain why s2?????:confused::rolleyes:
  12. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    An 83-year-old woman comes to the physician for an annual examination. The physician hears a new murmur that is indicative of aortic stenosis. Which of the following diagrams best depicts the murmur? A. A B. B C. C D. D E. E
  13. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    According to FA 2013, if a patient hand grips - the intensity increases for MR, AR, VSD and MVP murmurs. In MTB, it says handgrip decreases the intensity of MVP. Which one is correct? Can someone explain why AR, MR, VSD and MVP increase in intensity? Is there a better way of remembering this...
  14. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    My exam is on 21 February and am very bad at identification of heart sounds. How can I improve it? :o
  15. USMLE Links & Free Ads
    Those interested in audio heart sounds and murmurs for step one, here is a good link
  16. USMLE Links & Free Ads
    here is a simple collection of Heart sounds.. one more thing.. anybody knows the Q id's of questions in UW with audio. do share if u have noted them. thanks !
  17. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    hello guys!can any one help???? there are lot of sites for heart MURMUR AND SOUNDS,,,,and all are very confusing :confused: Can u ppl send me the link which is most useful and helpful to to listen heart MURMUR AND SOUNDS.........,,,THANKS :)
  18. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Is it possible to move the stethoscope around in the Kaplan Step 1 Qbank in questions where you have to click the "play demo" to listen to the heart sounds? I always try to click different regions but I can't move it... Although, normally I can identify a heart sound in the demo they play ...
  19. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    Hey guys, I wanted to share with you my little secret. Folks with me at med school have been impressed by by my auscultation skills in picking up those murmurs and even peculiar breath sounds. What my secret? Here you go Heart Sounds Made Easy and Auscultation Skills Breath and Heart Sounds...
  20. USMLE Step 1 Forum
    I am facing too much problem in understanding the murmurs, is there any way to differentiate them, when I listen to them, not able to tell the findings. Is there any way to master them ?? :confused::toosad:
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