At the time of presentation to our hospital, her physical examination was positive for elevated jugular vein pressure and distention, a systolic ejection murmur, bilateral crackles and wheezing, 3+ pitting edema up to the knees bilaterally, and multiple skin ulcerations.
What does SEM stand for?
SEM stands for systolic ejection murmur (cardiology)
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- Supplier Engineering Memo
- Survivability Evaluation Methodology
- Synchronization Element Manager (Datum)
- Synthetic Execution Model
- System Engineering and Modeling
- System Engineering Manual
- System Engineering Methodology
- Systems Engineering Management
- Systems Engineering Manager
- Stomach at the End of Exercise and Mean 0.20 (cycling statistic)
- Scanning Electron Microscope with Automatic Defect Classification
- Standard Electronic Module Type E
- Scanning Electron Microscopy with Energy Dispersive Analysis
- Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy
- Scanning Electron Microscope with Energy Dispersive X-Ray Analysis
- Scanning Electron Microscope Connected to an Electron Probe Microanalyzer
- Search Marketing Association of North America
- Schoolwide Enrichment Model-Reading (framework; also seen as SEMR)
- Site d'Expérimentation en Mer pour la Récupération de l'Energie des Vagues (French: Offshore Testing Site for the Recovery of Energy Waves)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Systolic ejection murmur grade 2/6 on the second right parasternal space and a mechanical valve click were the cardiac auscultation findings of the patient.
A grade 3 systolic ejection murmur at the left lower sternal border was noted.
Physical examination was remarkable for a 2/6 systolic ejection murmur heard throughout the precordium.
Physical examination was unremarkable with the exception of a systolic ejection murmur and moderate pitting edema to the lower extremities.
A 3/6 grade systolic ejection murmur was heard in the third left intercostal space.
A grade 2/6 apical systolic ejection murmur and a third heart sound were audible.
A systolic ejection murmur at the left upper sternal border and upper extremity hypertension in conjunction with diminished femoral pulsations was found in cardiovascular physical examination.