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symptomatic PVCS
(wide QRS and arrhythmia)

rx?
beta blockers
WPW rx
cardioversion or procainamide
ventricular arrythmia rx
lidocain
AR rx
afterload reduction
(nifedipine or ACE)
CHF med to avoid in AAR
beta blockers because more regurg
vtach rx
1) ICD
2) amiodarone (per step up)
brady med
atropine
when digitalis
Class III or IV HF but no morality reduction
A fib, stable. rx?
Ca blocker
or
beta blocker
chronic afib. rx?
Ca blocker or beta blocker
multifocal atrial tachycardia (variable Ps, often 2/2 copd)

rx?
oxygen and ventilation
PSVT rx
IV adenosie
PSVT ppx (vs WPW)
digoxin
(vs. ablate for WPA)
torsades. rx
IV mag
INR goal for a fib
2-3
INR goal for DVT
1.5-2
III AV block. rx/
pacemaker
murmur often with afib
TCR
murmur with hemoptysis
MS
high pitched
blowing
early diastolic
decresdcendo
intensified by hand grip
AR


AAARRRrrrrrr......
crescendo-decrescendo at LLSB
AS

aASs
condition associated with AS
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
widened pulse pressure
AR
murmur with which mtoprolol shouldn't be used
AR
murmur radiating to carotids
AS
pulsus parvus et tardus
AS
3rd heart sound
LVF
marfans
MR and MVP
site of s3
s4
apex
base
S4
AS
blowing holosystolic at LLSB
TCR
wide fixed splitting of S2
low rumble murmur
ASD
harsh blowing holosystolic
VSD
mid systolic ckick heard over back
coarctation of aorta
found in patient with bleeding AVMs
AS