Unformatted text preview: 1 , occupies all of systole, and ends at S 2 Grade I-Barely audible in quite room Grade II-Quiet but clearly audible Grade III- Moderately loud Grade IV-Loud, associated with thrill Grade V-Very loud, thrill easily palpable Grade VI-Very loud, audible with stethoscope not in contact with the chest, thrill papalble and visible Thrill-A palpable vibration or tremor resulting from a cardiac murmur or disruption in vascular blood flow Source: Siedel HM, Ball JW, Dins JE, Flynn JA, Solmon BS, Stewart, RW. Mosby’s Guide to Physical Examination . 7th ed.: Mosby, Inc.; 2011: 402-405....
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