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Analyze This Image: Predictions From No-Frills Echo

Based on the 2D images provided, what would you predict for this patient with a heart murmur? theheart.org on Medscape

The Centennial of the Stethoscope

One of the great steps in the advancement of internal medicine was the discovery of auscultation. One hundred years ago, in 1816, Laennec, a favorite pupil of Corvisart, was appointed to the position ...

Improved Stethoscope Technology Makes It Easier for Clinicians to Perceive Hard-to-Hear Sounds

3M underscores the importance of auscultation as an indispensable and cost-effective diagnostic method with the arrival of its new 3M Littmann Cardiology IV Stethoscope ...

FDA Approves First Wire-Free Pacemaker

THURSDAY, April 7, 2016 -- The first leadless, wire-free heart pacemaker has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Medtronic's Micra Transcatheter Pacing System works like other pace...

Parents favor boys over girls for free heart treatment in Northern India

Parents in Northern India favour boys over girls when it comes to making sure that their children's heart problems are corrected—even when treatment is provided completely free of charge—reveals r...

Rational Surgical Solutions’ mCRPC Master Now Offered as Free Download to Doctors

DES MOINES, Iowa–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rational Surgical Solutions announced today at the AUA2016 that its mCRPC Master™ is now available free to doctors, thanks to sponsorship by drug man...

Temporal hs-cTNT changes may predict future heart disease

Temporal increases in high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T are associated with a significantly increased risk of coronary heart disease, heart failure and death among people initially free from cardiov...

3M Debuts Improved Stethoscope Technology

3M Littmann Stethoscopes introduced the new Cardiology IV stethoscope, engineered to help clinicians better perceive hard-to-hear sounds in the body, such as the high-frequency sound of aortic regurgi...

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A multi-spot exploration of the topological structures of the reconstructed phase-space for the detection of cardiac murmurs.

Acoustic heart signals are generated by a turbulence effect created when the heart valves snap shut, and therefore carrying significant information of the underlying functionality of the cardiovascula...

Sudden infant deaths from undiagnosed ventricular septal defect - Report of two autopsy cases.

Ventricular septal defect (VSD) has a relatively non-aggressive clinical course; either spontaneous closure or causing congestive heart failure treatable with surgical intervention. We present two aut...

What makes medical students better listeners?

Diagnosing heart conditions by auscultation is an important clinical skill commonly learnt by medical students. Clinical proficiency for this skill is in decline [1], and new teaching methods are need...

The Preoperative Patient With a Systolic Murmur.

Patients with undifferentiated systolic murmurs present commonly during the perioperative period. Traditional bedside assessment and auscultation has not changed significantly in almost 200 years and ...

A Complication following the Transcatheter Closure of a Muscular Ventricular Septal Defect.

Today, congenital heart diseases may be treated without surgery through advances in interventional cardiology. However, complications such as infection and thrombus formation may develop due to foreig...

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