Systolic Murmur Disorder | Report

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Running Head: Systolic Murmur DisorderSystolic Murmur Disorder
Systolic Murmur DisorderSystolic Murmur DisorderHeart Murmurs are the sounds during the heartbeat, which are due to the turbulent blood, thepractitioner can hear them using stethoscope. These sounds can be right after the birth or maydevelop during the later stages. These sounds in itself isn’t any disease, however, theseindicate some underlying issues. These are also called as innocent, because they are notharmful; nevertheless, they require tests to identify any serious heart issue (Reimer, 2018).DiagnosisWhile the doctor listen the heart sounds using stethoscopeTo test either it normal/innocent or abnormal, the doctor willoCheck if it too loud than normal on a scale of 1-6oIf it is heard from back or the neck, to locate the soundoHow high or low is the pitchoIs there any change due to posture or exerciseoWhen does it too loud and for how long it lasts (Leng, san Tan, Chai, Wang, Ghista, &Zhong, 2015).TreatmentThe underlying condition needs to be treated not the sounds, the sounds fade as the conditionresponsible is treated, therefore, it is normal yet could be fatal (Reed, Buitelaar, Anand, Day,Treuer, Upadhyaya, Savill, 2016).Medications1.Anticoagulants: To prevent blood clots, such as aspirin, to avoid heart attack and or stroke.2.Diuretics: these are water pills to remove excess fluid, this helps to normalize the bloodpressure.3.Angiotensin: ACE inhibitors: these are responsible to lower the blood pressure4.Statins: these medicines help reduce the cholesterol, easing the heart valve issues (Kawasaki,Tanaka, Yoshida, Nagaya, Minatoguchi, Yoshizane, & Noda, 2018).2
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