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Physical Exam Basics - Cardiovascular Exam

Marcus Myers, DO and Mike Weinstock, MD
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Performing an solid physical exam is a key skill as a clinician. Mike and Marcus review the cardiovascular exam including pulses, palpation of abdomen for AAA, legs for edema or ‘shiny, hairless legs’ (which may indicate arterial insufficiency) and a review of the most common murmurs.

 

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Ian L., Dr -

Great presentation .Great Pearls .
Would add in 60 plus one minute check of pulse for atrial fibrillation .

Mike W., MD -

Good thought - 2 fingers on the radial artery to make a potentially life-threatening/stroke-threatening diagnosis? Seems like a win/win situation!

Mohammed A. -

Background music is so distracting and unnecessarily loud ... is there any chance to get that fixed?

Mike W., MD -

Thx for the comments - we are fixing today - thx Mohammed!

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