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Specific Examples of Heart, Lung, or Bowel Sounds Between Control and Intervention Groups Sound Percent Properly Identifying Sound Control Intervention p-value * Systolic murmur 5.41 21.88 .07 Diastolic murmur 5.41 18.75 .13 Normal breath sounds 37.84 46.88 .47 Bronchial breath sounds 0.00 12.50 .04 Stridor 72.97 81.25 .57 Egophony 97.30 96.88 1.00 Decreased breath sounds 8.11 37.50 .00 Normal bowel sound 29.73 65.63 .00 Hypoactive bowel sounds 21.62 59.38 .00 * Fishers exact
In advanced stages, there may be signs of valvular regurgitation and right heart failure which include elevated jugular venous pressure with accentuated V waves (in the presence of tricuspid regurgitation), diastolic murmur of pulmonary regurgitation, holosystolic murmur of tricuspid regurgitation, right ventricular S3 gallop, pulsatile hepatomegaly, peripheral edema and ascites.
A 2/6 pansystolic murmur was heard on the mitral area and a 2/4 early diastolic murmur was heard in the intercostal space.
Auscultation of the heart revealed a loud diastolic murmur audible throughout the praecordium.
Differentiation between an ASD and innocent murmur (1) Physical sign Innocent murmur ASD Precordial activity Normal Increased [S.sub.1] Normal Normal [S.sub.2] Splits, moves with respiration Fixed widely split Systolic murmur Crescendo- Crescendo- (supine) decrescendo decrescendo Possible vibration lower left sternal border 'Flow' at upper sternal border Systolic murmur Decrease in Does not change (standing) intensity Diastolic murmur Venous hum Inflow 'rumble' across tricuspid valve area Table VII.
A physical examination revealed atrial fibrillation, a diastolic murmur in the aortic valve region, and a benign abdomen.