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Heart Murmur - Moth Drakula - Untitled (CDr)

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  1. Heart Murmurs What is a Heart Murmur? If you have a heart valve problem, your doctor has probably heard a sound called a murmur. To find out what kind of valve problem you have, your doctor may have ordered various tests, including an echocardiogram, an electrocardiogram, a .
  2. The heart is sensitive to changes in blood chemistry, including hormones and toxicity. Heart palpitations and murmurs are aggravated by fermentation in the digestive tract. Regular, gentle extercise also strengthens the herat and circulation. Disclaimer: 'Heart Murmur' could be serious and should be checked by a medical doctor.
  3. A heart murmur in children caused by turbulent blood flow can be either normal or abnormal: In normal heart murmurs, the flow can be heard pumping through the heart normally. This normal blood flow is called an innocent, or normal, murmur. More than 66 percent of all children, and approximately 75 percent of all newborns, have normal heart murmurs.
  4. Heart murmur. A heart murmur is a swishing sound heard when there is turbulent or abnormal blood flow across the heart valve. Innocent murmurs. Murmurs can be present without any medical or heart conditions. Two common examples include: Childhood murmurs; Pregnancy; Causes of heart murmurs. Valvular heart disease is the most common cause of a.
  5. 2. Abnormal Heart Murmurs in Children. An abnormal heart murmur is more serious than an innocent one. Children with congenital heart disease may develop this type of murmur, most commonly if they are born with a septal defect or hole in the heart or a cardiac shunt, which causes abnormal blood flow between the heart chambers or blood vessels.
  6. Nov 21,  · Technically, a heart murmur is simply a noise heard between the beats of the heart. When a doctor listens to the heart, she hears a sound something like lub-dub, lub-dub, lub-dub. Most often, the period between the lub and the dub and between the dub and the lub is silent. If there is any sound during this period, it is called a murmur.
  7. The murmur of a patent ductus arteriosus is continuous throughout systole and diastole. Often the S2 heart sound is difficult to detect. The murmur begins just after S1 and crescendos peaking at.
  8. A heart murmur is an extra sound in the heartbeat -- such as a ''whooshing'' -- that is caused by turbulent blood flow through the heart valves.

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