cardiac murmur

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Synonyms for cardiac murmur

an abnormal sound of the heart

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The abnormal diastolic heart sounds S3 and S4 indicate elevated ventricular filling pressures and suggest that the heart's ability to squeeze out blood is impaired.
1) Students began learning auscultation in their headphones listening of the normal heart sounds verbal characteristics.
Graciously supported by a Ranney family and local health organization, Zargis Cardioscan heart sound analysis software, along with an accompanying wireless Bluetooth-enabled electronic stethoscope, makes it possible for Ranney athletes to undergo this innovative screening.
Under the terms of the new contract, Zargis will develop prototype versions of the Signal-X6 system that will incorporate automated heart sound detection and murmur classification functionality similar to that offered by the award-winning Zargis Cardioscan software.
Assessing aortic regurgitations: 100 cardiologists listened to pre-recorded heart sounds with and without Grade 1 or Grade 2 aortic regurgitation murmurs, presented in random order in the presence of ambient noise.
With our existing heart sounds analysis device, cleared for sale in 37 countries, Zargis is already the world's leading provider of computer-aided auscultation tools.
Inovise Medical's technology includes advanced ECG algorithms for improved MI detection and AUDICOR([R]), which evaluates the performance of the heart by analyzing heart sounds and cardiac timing intervals.
announced today that HD Medical Group Limited, an innovative supplier of proprietary and patented heart sound technology, has selected its 4-channel programmable signal converter, designated the QF4A512, for use in its ViScope 100 cardiac anomaly indicator.
The system is designed to be accessed from users' PCs and is fully integrated with the award-winning Zargis Cardioscan heart sounds analysis software and the Zargis StethAssist(TM) heart and lung sounds visualization software.
Acoustic Cardiography leverages two established parameters: the electrocardiogram (ECG), the most common diagnostic test worldwide; and heart sounds, which have long been recognized as providing clinically actionable information to health care providers.
Pairing the Littmann Electronic Stethoscope Model 3200 with Zargis Cardioscan software is a huge advancement in changing the way clinicians listen to and interpret heart sounds," said Debra Rectenwald, president and general manager, 3M Infection Prevention Division.
1) 100 cardiologists listened to prerecorded heart sounds with and without Grade I or Grade II aortic regurgitation murmurs, presented in random order in the presence of 70-75 dB ambient noise, using a 3M Littmann Electronic Stethoscope Model 3000 and an acoustic (nonelectronic) high-end, cardiology-type stethoscope.
Auscultation of heart sounds is part of the ACC/AHA 2005 Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Heart Failure in Adults.
The ability to record and automatically analyze heart sounds can help improve a clinician's confidence, document complex auscultations, and may keep some patients from going through additional, unnecessary testing," stated Joseph Tartaglia, MD, a practicing cardiologist in White Plains, NY, and clinical assistant professor of medicine at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY.
The upgraded systems provide improved data collection quality and are designed to record, synchronize and analyze heart sounds, lung sounds, ECG signals and, in some cases, blood oxygen saturation levels from patients being cared for by remote military treatment facilities located throughout the Pacific Rim.