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

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Cardiac auscultation revealed normal heart sounds and the patient had no cyanosis, or observable peripheral edema.
Our aim was to emphasize the importance of physical examination, particularly cardiac auscultation in patients presenting with thoracic pain.
Cardiac auscultation was normal, and no cyanosis/clubbing/peripheral edema was observed.
examined the ability of 78 health care providers, participants in a three-day conference on cardiac auscultation, to interpret 14 abnormal cardiac sounds recorded from actual patients and transmitted via wireless infrared stethoscopes.
On cardiac auscultation, an underlying regular rhythm with occasional premature beats was noted.
The tests included blood pressure measurements, anthropometric measurements and cardiac auscultation. Additionally, a nested study on 34 patients to evaluate the accuracy and feasibility of transmission of echo pictures and heart sounds to Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi via satellite using Indian Satellite Research Organization's network was also carried out.
Eighteen cows were hospitalized for poor condition, anorexia, weight loss, wasting syndrome, and abnormal cardiac auscultation. Endocarditis was diagnosed at physical examination.
Seeing the lack of training in cardiac auscultation, Ranganathan, Sivaciyan (U.
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.
His blood pressure was 130/80 mmHg, heart rate was 80bpm, cardiac auscultation was unremarkable, and his Killip class was II.
Pericardial knock was heard on cardiac auscultation. She had been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis since 25 years.
Cardiac auscultation. A glorious past-but does it have a future?