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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.
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Wiersema, "Effectiveness of the auscultatory method in predicting feeding tube location," Nursing Research, vol.
Kloner, "Comparison of automated oscillometric versus auscultatory blood pressure measurement," The American Journal of Cardiology, vol.
"The automatic oscillometric technique is less accurate than the manual auscultatory technique, when both are used in the clinician's office," first author Meir Nitzan said.
So far, fractal complexity is used for heart rate variability [13, 14], as well as for the auscultatory recording classification [15], where FD is shown as a satisfying tool in comparison to the other time-frequency features.
Blood pressure was measured before and after sleep with the auscultatory method at the end of the ten-minute supine rest.
SBP and DBP were recorded by mercury sphygmomanometer in supine position by auscultatory method.
LRTI was defined as the presence of at least three of the following signs and symptoms: cough, tachypnea, chest retractions, abnormal auscultatory findings (wheezing or crackles), and radiologic evidence indicative of lower respiratory tract infection.
(Conversely, rapid deflation during the auscultatory measurement [>2 mm Hg/sec] can have the opposite effect, resulting in under-reading the true value.)
The Fourth Task Force on the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of high blood pressure in children and adolescents of the National High Blood Pressure Education Program Working Group on High Blood Pressure in Children and Adolescents (21) recommends that pre-hypertension/hypertension be diagnosed after measuring blood pressure (BP) on 3 different occasions, with at least 2 BP readings performed on each occasion, and using the manual auscultatory BP method.
The diagnostic criteria for probable VAP include new-onset fever of [greater than or equal to] 38.4[degrees]C, purulent pulmonary secretions, chest auscultatory changes, changes on the chest radiograph and a rise in white cell count.
It's why Finns at Nokia invented texting (they couldn't bear face-to-face rejection when proposing dates) and why in 1816 Dr Laennec came up with his auscultatory prosthesis (initially, a tube).
Increasing dyspnea, chest tightness, tachycardia, and auscultatory crackles with or without desaturation following the pleural procedure suggests the onset of RPE.