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listening to sounds within the body (usually with a stethoscope)

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Not surprisingly, this study revealed that the decoding of organ sounds related to complexity were (in order) bowel, lung, and heart sounds, supporting the findings of other researchers who noted the difficulty in cardiac auscultation (Horiszny, 2001; Stern et al.
A 1997 study evaluated 3-year follow-up data on 5,615 high-school athletes who were screened by history cardiac auscultation, blood pressure test, resting 12-lead ECG and--when abnormalities were detected--resting echocardiography.
The company has multiple patents and patent pending inventions to its name in the field of cardiac auscultation and patient care.
An existing additional CD-ROM program, Essential Cardiac Auscultation, is available to students, and includes video instruction and practice of the 12 key cardiac auscultatory findings.
Cardiac Auscultation of Heart Murmurs http://egeneralmedical.
This FDA clearance represents another first for Zargis and demonstrates our commitment to extending the clinical usefulness of cardiac auscultation (listening to heart sounds).
HeartLab(TM): A cardiac auscultation simulator with actual heart sounds that enables physicians to identify normal and abnormal heartbeats.
In cardiac auscultation it must be determined whether first and second heart sounds are normal and extra heart sounds are heard.
Cardiac auscultation revealed a 2/6 systolic ejection murmur heard best at the left sternal border.
On cardiac auscultation there was a 2/6 systolic murmur over the 4th and 5th intercostal spaces as well as on the back interscapular space.