Both Monday Morning and Please Don't Go could be classic Tamla tunes, while You Stop My Heart sounds even earlier, a pop ballad from the cusp of the 1950s and 1960s.
What does S3 stand for?
S3 stands for Heart Sounds
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of S3
We have 13 other meanings of S3 in our Acronym Attic
- Student 2 Student (Washington)
- Surfaced Two Sides (lumber)
- Swim to Survive (Canada)
- System-to-System (gaming protocol)
- Surfaced Two Sides and Center Matched (lumber)
- Surfaced Two Sides, One Edge (lumber industry)
- Strategy to Task
- Security Standards Transition Team
- Same to You
- Seems to Work
- Operations & Training Officer
- Safety and Suitability for Service (NATO munitions)
- Scream Trilogy (movies)
- Secondary 3 (various locations)
- Secure Software Systems
- Selection for Societal Sanity (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty game)
- Self-Sustaining Systems (workshop)
- Signals, Sensors and Systems (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)
- Silicon and Software Systems
- Silverstream Software
Samples in periodicals archive:
The oesophageal tube should be positioned while listening to the heart sounds and secured in position when the heart sounds are maximal.
with heart sounds and pulse wave forms on CD) Ranganathan, Narasimhan et al.
a spin-off of Siemens AG that develops and markets advanced acoustic technologies for detecting abnormalities through analysis of heart sounds, has leased 2,500 s/f of space at 2 Research Way.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Patients with decompensated heart failure were three times more likely than patients without heart failure to have S3 or S4 heart sounds detected by sensors in a study of 135 patients seen in emergency departments, Sean P.
Content has been expanded in this edition to include cardiac anatomy and physiology and basic heart sounds, in addition to coverage of pulmonary anatomy and physiology, bedside patient assessment, and mechanisms of lung and heart sounds.
For example, one cardiology course at the Philadelphia medical school directs students to a site where they can listen to actual recordings of heart sounds.