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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 men. Extra heart sound is called a click. Increase of heart infection Tell patient to avoid caffeine...
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ACE inhibitors ARB s Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors Angiotensin receptor blockers angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors angiotensin receptor blockers

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Dependence of amount of blood flow into each ventricle during a typical breathing cycle

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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 have more coronary arteries & veins than others...some have less. We are all different. Even some...
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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 the body).

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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. During this arrhythmia the patients HR on the monitor varies from 115 to 145 bpm. This appears to...
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