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auscultatory

 [aw-skul´tah-tor″e]
pertaining to auscultation.

aus·cul·ta·to·ry

(aws-kŭl'tă-tō'rē),
Relating to auscultation.

aus·cul·ta·to·ry

(aws-kŭl'tă-tōr-ē)
Relating to auscultation.

auscultatory

pertaining to auscultation.
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2) As reported in the July 2006 issue of the American Journal of Critical Care, a patient suffered a massive aspiration following the rapid administration of several liters of a bowel preparation solution via an 18 French sump tube that ended in the distal esophagus; the tube was assumed to be properly positioned based on the auscultatory method.
Oscillometric devices have largely replaced auscultatory devices for home and ambulatory purposes.
An existing additional CD-ROM program, Essential Cardiac Auscultation, is available to students, and includes video instruction and practice of the 12 key cardiac auscultatory findings.
In order to avoid over inflation of the cuff, and to accommodate any systolic auscultatory gap, the clinician should estimate a maximum inflation point by palpating the radial pulse while incrementally inflating the cuff until the pulse disappears.
After that he began a lecture tour, and it was apparent that his auscultatory skill matched his military powers.
Additionally, Tuchinda served as co-investigator in the clinical research arm of Cardiac Auscultatory Recording Database, from 1997-2004, where he invented an innovative database delivering heartsound recordings online from patients.
Echocardiograms were also not performed routinely in individuals with abnormal auscultatory findings.
paragraph]) Included cough, dyspnea or tachypnea, rigor and/or chills, pleuritic chest pain, purulent sputum, or changes in the characteristics of sputum, and auscultatory findings.
Effectiveness of the auscultatory method in predicting feeding tube location.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitors measure blood pressure by means of auscultatory or oscillometric methods.
The guidelines also advise clinicians to estimate palpated systolic pressure to detect the auscultatory gap characteristic of hypertension.
Twenty years of research and development in non-invasive and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring has culminated in a product that is today's leader in auscultatory blood pressure monitoring.