vesicular breath sounds

vesicular breath sounds

the gentle rustling sounds of normal breathing heard by auscultation over most of the lung fields; the inspiratory phase is usually longer than the expiratory.
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Normal vesicular breath sounds were heard over the left side along with normal palpation and percussion notes.
On clinical examination, bilateral equal vesicular breath sounds were auscultated, and there was no adventitious sound.
Auscultation of the lungs revealed bilateral vesicular breath sounds with equal intensity.
Cardiovascular (CVS) examination revealed S1S2 (+) with no murmur and respiratory examination, (RS) revealed normal vesicular breath sounds.
Normal vesicular breath sounds were heard bilaterally on examination of the chest.
2] 96% at room air, prosthetic valve click at mitral area and bilateral vesicular breath sounds present.
On auscultation, normal vesicular breath sounds were heard on right side of chest.
Respiratory system examination revealed bilaterally equal normal vesicular breath sounds and no added sounds.