Understanding Diastolic Dysfunction | The Sound of Heart Murmurs ❤️
In this video we listen to the heart of a patient who has a diagnosis of diastolic dysfunction and a heart murmur.
WHAT IS DIASTOLIC DYSFUNCTION?
Diastolic dysfunction occurs when the left ventricle gets stiffer and is not able to accept blood return in a normal fashion. It can lead to high blood pressure and even heart failure thus requiring regular monitoring and management.
This lovely patient also has a heart murmur that you can clearly hear with the stethoscope. We take a listen to her heart at rest and during exercise.
Living with Lipoedema: https://youtu.be/zkvW2nbTi8c
Heart Sounds of the Female: https://youtu.be/vxXJ67vPDaI
Heart Sounds of a Male: https://youtu.be/Av-syKLbFfI
Digital Littmann Stethoscope: https://youtu.be/zl7FVhXMbtI
How to Listen to The Heart: https://youtu.be/c96kqgW0aUg
Litmann 3200: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=littmann+3200
Thanks for watching and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to leave me a comment in the comments section below or pop by and see me in clinic.
Take care and stay healthy.
Dr Nora 💉
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