121breathsounds

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  1. Pitch: High
    Intensity: Loud, predominatly on expiration
    Bronchial
  2. Pitch: Moderate
    Intensity: Moderate
    Bronchovesicular
  3. Pitch: High on inspirations, low on expiration
    Intensity: Loud on inspiration, soft to absent on expiration
    Vesicular
  4. Fluid like sound, bubbling high-pitched
    Crackles or Rales
  5. Coarse rattling, gurgling, harsh moaning or snoaring quality. My be cleared by cough
    Gurgles or Rhonchi
  6. Creaking, whistling, high-pitched, musical squeaks
    Wheezes
  7. Grated or squeaking sounds
    Pleural Friction Rub
  8. Long inspiratory Phase, short expiratory phase, rustling or swishing quality
    Vesicular
  9. Short inspiratory phase, louder expiratory phase, brief pause between inspiratory and expiratory phase
    Bronchial
  10. High pitched sounds, loud, harsh, tubular
    Bronchial
  11. What positions will the patient be placed in to auscultate breath sounds?
    Sitting, Supine, or semi fowlers
  12. Identify the anatomic site where the Bronchial is located.
    Above Clavical
  13. Identify the anatomic site where the Vesicular is located?
    Base of the Lung
  14. What is the cause of Rales?
    Fluid
  15. What is the cause of Rhonchi?
    Airways are inflammed
  16. What is the cause of Friction Rub
    Pleural Sac is inflammed and rubbing togeather
  17. What is the Best position for Mrs. Bayton to effectively assess posterior breath sounds
    sitting on bedside leaning over the bedside table
  18. An effective routine or pattern to follow in asusculatating breath sounds is
    Apical to base, comparing right side to left side.
  19. During auscultation, you would ask Mrs. Bayton to:
    breath deeply, mouth open
  20. The breath sounds with the longest inspiratory phase are
    vesicluar
  21. Bronchial breath sounds are usually:
    loud, high pitched and hollow
  22. While auscultating Mrs. Bayton's chest, you note soft low pitched breath sounds over most of her lungs, These sounds are:
    bronchovesicular
  23. Deep gasping type of respirations associated with acidotic conditions
    Kussmaul respirations
  24. Ability to breath only in a sitting position
    Orthopnea
  25. Temporary Absence of breathing
    apnea
  26. Decreased oxygen concentration of arterial blood
    Hypoxemia
  27. Unimpaired or normal respirations
    Eupnea
  28. Bloody Sputum
    Hemoptysis
  29. Irregular rapid respirations followed by periods of apnea and hyperventilation.
    Cheyne-Stokes repirations

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