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HEART: Regular rate and rhythm, S1 and S2 s/l plus zero?

Posted By: nm Thanks! on 2006-09-13
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Subject: HEART: Regular rate and rhythm, S1 and S2 s/l plus zero?

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Is there a rhythm - regularly regular? I know there is regularly irregular, etc., but I have never heard anyone say regularly regular (seems rather redundant). I cannot find it documented anywhere. Thanks in advance for any help.


 


Becky


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Subject: Could it be regular heart sounds?


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