I focused more on the systolic diagnosis of the murmur. Huether & McCance state a harsh systolic murmur is heard with pulmonic stenosis

I was thinking it was a pulmonic stenosis. I focused more on the systolic diagnosis of the murmur. Huether & McCance state a harsh systolic murmur is heard with pulmonic stenosis (2017). A systolic murmur is usually a 2/6 grade. Grade 2 is loud for this type of murmur. It is mostly common in infants but it could have been missed and thought of as an “innocent murmur”. According to the AHA, 66 athletes a year die from sudden cardiac death (2015). Systolic murmurs happen when the heart is contracting. Further testing like an echocardiogram should be done to ensure this athlete has significant cardiac output. Knowing the degree of the stenosis can save this young athletes life. American Heart Association (AHA) (2015). Screening Young Athletes for Heart Disease. Retrieved from https://www.heart.org/en/news/2018/05/01/screening-young-athletes-for-heart-disease Huether, S. E., & McCance, K. L. (2017). Understanding pathophysiology (6th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby. please response

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