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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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The Finometer Pro meets the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instruments accuracy requirements for automated sphygmomanometers, with the precision of results comparable with those published for auscultatory techniques.
This guide explains the auscultation of the heart and lungs in the evaluation of canine and feline cardiovascular systems, with an emphasis on heart sounds, murmurs, and the auscultatory characteristics of common arrhythmias and lung sounds.
The subjects were children presenting at the EPU with clinical features comprising a cough of <28 days' duration, fever, difficult breathing, age-related tachypnoea (>50 breaths/minute for infants aged 2 months--1 year, and >40 breaths/minute for children aged 12-59 months), and auscultatory findings of at least one of reduced breath sound intensity, bronchial breath sounds or crepitations.
The ABPM recording was performed using the auscultatory mode of the validated Schiller BR-102 plus (Schiller AG, Switzerland).
CHD was clinically diagnosed with auscultatory murmur heard by using stethoscope over cardiac area of the chest and was confirmed by echocardiography.
Blood pressure--The blood pressure will be measured with the help of sphygmomanometer and stethoscope by Auscultatory method [14]
16,17) Auscultatory percussion (method of Guarino) might also have some value for detecting small effusion.
The clinical examination established the general condition to be relatively good with arterial blood pressure 120/70 mmHg and normal auscultatory findings.
Blood pressure was measured on the left arm according to the auscultatory method with a mercury-column sphygmomanometer (auscultatory method, Vasquez-Lubry[R] sphygmomanometer-Germany, Littman stethoscope-USA).
Systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) were measured by the indirect auscultatory method using a sphygmomanometer (Missouri[R]) and stethoscope (Rappaport[R] GF Health Products, Northeast Parkway Atlanta).
Whether it is to save time and frustration, or whether programs feel students will get more accurate readings than with an auscultatory device is not clear.