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Name ISRCs Rating Length
Abnormally Wide Split SEcond Sound 1:08
Abnormally Wide Split Second Sound (example) 0:31
Aortic Regurgitation: Mid Left Sternal Border (3rd Intercostal Space) 0:51
Aortic Stenosis: Right Base 0:55
Atrial Septal Defect: Left Base 0:53
Bronchial Sound: Left Lower Lobe 0:36
Cardiac Auscultation Post-Test (Heart Sound Identification Portion) 3:24
Cardiac Auscultation Pre-Test (Heart Sound Identification Portion) 4:12
Coarse Crackles: Right Lower Lobe 0:31
Continuous Murmur 1:13
Continuous Murmur of Patent Ductus Arteriousus (example) 0:28
Diastolic Murmur of Tricuspid Stenosis 0:16
Diastolic Murmurs 0:42
Early Diastolic Murmur 0:32
Early Diastolic Murmur (example) 1:00
Early systolic Murmur 0:32
Early Systolic urmur of a Small VSD (2 examples) 1:19
Ejection Click and Systolic Ejectin Murmur (example) 0:42
Ejection Sounds 1:34
Ejection Sounds (2 examples) 0:46
Fine Crackles: Lung Basis 0:38
Fine Crakles with Desiduous Bronchial Sound: Right Lower Lobe 0:37
Fixed Splitting of the Second Sound 0:36
Fixed Splitting of the Second Sound (example) 0:34
Fourth Heart Sound, S4 2:14
Fourth Heart Sound, S4 (2 examples) 0:54
Fourth Heart Sound, S4: Apex 0:55
Innocent Systolic Ejection Murmur (example) 0:26
Inspiratory Stridor: Trachea 0:33
Intensity of the First Sound 0:46
Intensity of the First Sound (2) 0:59
Introduction 1:12
Late Diastolic Murmur 0:32
Late Diastolic Murmur (example) 0:21
Late Systolic Murmur 0:38
Late Systolic Murmur (example) 0:28
Late Systolic Murmur in a Patient with Mitral Valve Prolapse(example) 1:32
Loud First Sound, Followed by a Softer Second Sound (example) 0:25
Mid-Diastolic Murmur 0:51
Mid-Systolic (Non-Ejection) clicks 0:50
Mid-Systolic (Non-Ejection) Clicks (2 examples) 0:47
Mid-Systolic Murmur 2:40
Mid-Systolic Murmur (example) 0:28
Midsystolic Click: Apex 0:57
Mitral Regurgitation: Apex 0:56
Mitral Stenosis (example) 1:29
Mitral Stenosis: Apex 0:53
Murmur Typical of Severe Aortic Stenosis Compared to InnocentMurmur (example) 0:52
Murmurs 2:47
Normal First and Second Heart Sounds (example) 0:49
Normal Heart Sound: Apex 0:54
Normal Tracheal Sound: Trachea Interscapular 0:29
Normal Vesicular Sound: Right Lower Lobe, Left Lower Lobe 0:27
Normally Split First Sound (example) 0:22
Opening Snap 1:05
Opening Snap (example) 0:25
Opening Snap Compared to a Split Second Sound (example) 0:58
Opening Snap Compared to a Third Heart Sound (example) 1:02
Pansystolic Murmur (example) 0:23
Pansystolic Murmur of Patient with Miral Regurgitation (example) 0:32
Pansystolic or Holosystolic Murmur 0:39
Paradoxically Split Second Sound (example) 0:45
Pericardial Friction Rub 1:19
Pericardial Friction Rub (example) 0:33
Pleural Friction: Right Middle Lobe 0:41
Production and Components of the First Sound 1:27
Production and Components of the Second Sound 2:22
Quadruple Rhythm 0:18
Quadruple Rhythm (2 examples) 0:51
Reversed (paradoxical) Split of the Second Sound 0:43
Rhonchus: Right Lower Lobe 0:35
S4 Compared With Split First Sound (eample) 0:41
Second Sound (6 examples) 2:18
Soft First Sound, Followed by a Louder Second Sound (example) 0:26
Summation Gallop 0:20
Summation Gallop (example) 0:26
Systolic Murmurs 0:39
Third Heart Sound, S3 2:11
Third Heart Sound, S3 (2 examples) 1:06
Third Heart Sound, S3 (Physiological): Apex 0:55
Ventricular Septal Defect: Lower Left Sternal Border 1:01
Wheezing: Left Lower Lobe 0:25
Widely Split First Sound (example) 0:23

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