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Grade 2/6 systolic murmur. What does this mean to you?
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Dr. Shalabh Bansal
Pediatrics
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In brief: Murmur grading
Subjective, but grading based on: 1: murmur is only audible on listening carefully for some time.
2: murmur faint but audible on placing the stethoscope on the chest. 3: loud murmur readily audible but with no palpable thrill. 4: loud murmur with a palpable thrill. 5: loud murmur with a palpable thrill. Audible with stethoscope rum just on chest 6. Audible with stethoscope off chest wall!

In brief: Murmur grading
Subjective, but grading based on: 1: murmur is only audible on listening carefully for some time.
2: murmur faint but audible on placing the stethoscope on the chest. 3: loud murmur readily audible but with no palpable thrill. 4: loud murmur with a palpable thrill. 5: loud murmur with a palpable thrill. Audible with stethoscope rum just on chest 6. Audible with stethoscope off chest wall!
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