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John Adney
Answered: Jul 15, 2017

The question is messed up, cardi means heart not hear

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Avoid Caffeing and Alcohol

Mitral valve prolapse does not progress, asymptomatic, doesnt normally leads to suddent death. May be caused by inherited tissue disorder. Affects women than...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
ACE inhibitors ARB s Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors Angiotensin receptor blockers angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors angiotensin receptor blockers

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Dependence of amount of blood flow into each ventricle during a typical breathing cycle

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Marcusmd
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Left

Conversely if the right coronary artery supplied the PDA then the heart would have right coronary dominance. It is a myth that everyones heart is anatomically the same. Some people...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
True

The heart is considered a double pump due to its dual chambered system of mechanics (ie 2-atria & 2-ventricles). All blood leaving the heart first enters the aorta (largest artery in...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Atrial flutter

This rhythm falls into the irregular, narrow-QRS category, and is clearly irregularly irregular, with visible fibrillatory atrial activity. The ventricular rate is 114 bpm. ...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Do a colonoscopy to look for mucosal lesions

Streptococcus bovis is known to contribute to colon carcinoma. You want to look at the colon!

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
€ does not progress, asymptomatic, doesn’t normally leads to suddent death. May be caused by inherited tissue disorder.

Mitral valve prolapse does not progress, asymptomatic, doesnt...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 18, 2020
Inappropriate workload placed on the heart
Restricted filling of the heart
Myocyte loss
Decreased myocyte contractility

P. 258 McPhee/Hammer Pathophysiology book

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John Adney
Answered: Dec 06, 2017

Coronary artery bypass graft is the nswer of this question.

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