What Does A Venous Hum Sound Like

Where is the venous hum best heard ANS Just above the clavicle, either medial to the sternocleidomastoid muscle or between its insertions. A venous hum is more likely to be heard on the right side because the right jugular is larger than the left, since it must carry about two-thirds of the intracranial venous drainage. 2. What does a venous hum sound like ANS Sometimes like a continuous roar at other times like the sound of the sea heard by putting a seashell to the ear and sometimes as a...

Causes of a Loud A2 or P2

What conditions tend to make the aortic component of the second sound louder than normal ANS a. Conditions that raise aortic systolic pressure, e.g., systemic hyper tension, which occasionally produces a drumlike sound or tambour S2. A tambour is a small drum that is covered only on one side. The tambour effect may persist even after the blood pressure has been lowered to normal by medication. b. Conditions that produce a hyperkinetic systemic circulation, e.g., youth, or thyrotoxicosis. The...