breath sound

breath sound

Any sound of pulmonary origin which is heard by the unaided ear—e.g., gasp of joy or dismay, death rattles—or by placing a stethoscope on the chest wall.

breath sound

Chest medicine A pulmonary sound heard through a stethoscope over the chest
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* The mean posttest cough score, breath sound score, chest expansion score, and dyspnea score of the experimental group would be significantly lower than the mean posttest score of the control group.
Physical examination of chest demonstrated normal tracheal breath sound, asymmetric thoracic movement, absent breath sounds, absent left bronchovascular breath sound, and increased vocal resonance.
The examiner also should note the timing of any abnormal breath sound or when the sound occurs in the respiratory cycle.
Osage County First Grade enjoys Seals, Sea Gulls and other Sounds beginning on the first day of school as I introduce the letter c and read Chair CH CH CH a breath sound. During the first week of school Chang Fu Was a Chinese Child, introduces a junk, vendor, chestnuts, fortune cookies, egg rolls, allows us to search our maps for China and piques our interest for the sounds, words, worlds and learning we will enjoy throughout the term.
Paroxysm of cough was the main symptom (51.7%) and decreased breath sound was the main sign on presentation (88.6%).
Breath sound recordings were captured using a small microphone inserted into a Hans Rudolph breathing valve through the saliva port.
Data Source: A comparison of acoustic analyses of breath sound data acquired from 35 patients with varying degrees of obstructive sleep apnea and 17 age-matched controls while awake to identify characteristic respiratory features associated with the severity of sleep apnea.
"These human patient simulators have a full set of vital sign: heart sounds, breath sound, mouth sounds, pupillary reactions They breathe, they talk, their eyes are open, their level of consciousness changes."
By the time the students have built a vocabulary of 15 gestures, they might add a word on count 4, a breath sound on 7, a laugh on 12, and a whistling sound on 13.
Presence of bronchial breath sound as a sign of consolidation found to be persisted even after antipseudomonal antibiotics.
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Physical examination disclosed that breath sound in the right lung was lower than the left lung, cardiac rhythm and heart sound were normal.