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QOD-24 Heart Sounds(Cardiac/Health Promotion and Maintenance)

Answer:

A. mitral valve prolapse.

Rationale: 

When auscultating heart sounds, the nurse may hear a variety of different sounds; some are normal parts of the heart’s anatomy, while others indicate an abnormality. A systolic click is a high-pitched sound that is heard at the late part of systole. When this sound is heard, it can indicate mitral valve prolapse, causing abnormal blood flow through the heart.

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