Pediatric Heart Murmurs

A heart murmur is essentially an additional sound heard when listening to the heart. The ordinary sounds of heart are made are from the valves closing. If there is turbulence, or unsettling influence, in the stream of blood through the heart or real veins around the heart, a murmur might be listened.
 
Heart murmurs can be separated into two classifications:
 
•Murmurs that are not because of basic issues in the heart additionally called "pure murmurs" or "practical murmurs." These murmurs don't for the most part require various line up visits with a cardiologist.
 
•Murmurs which are because of an auxiliary issue of the heart, (for example, a gap in the heart, a limited heart valve or a defective heart valve). These mumbles require further assessment and catch up with a cardiologist.
 

 

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