suprasternal


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suprasternal

 [soo″prah-ster´nal]
above the sternum.

su·pra·ster·nal

(sū'pră-ster'năl),
Above the sternum.

suprasternal

/su·pra·ster·nal/ (-ster´n'l) above the sternum.

suprasternal

[-stur′nəl]
pertaining to a location above the sternum, adjacent to the neck.

suprasternal

above the sternum.
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According to research done by Shulman the ideal suprasternal notch to nipple distance was determined by (0.
This involves palpating the pilot balloon by applying pressure in the suprasternal notch.
Tracheal position can be evaluated by lightly placing the index finger in the suprasternal notch and moving it slightly upward until the tracheal cartilage is felt (Jarvis, 2012).
Visualize the sound emanating from the suprasternal notch--the indentation in the middle of the throat just below the larynx and above the clavicle bones--as though it is a little mouth.
Patients CU134 and CU171 had suprasternal and subcostal retraction, and patient CU171 had signs of nasal flaring and inspiratory stridor (he has an underlying double aortic arch).
The patients neck was slender, and her tracheal rings were readily palpable down to the suprasternal notch.
Then, the distances from the carotid sampling site to the suprasternal notch and from the suprasternal notch to the femoral artery were measured.
A physical examination indicated a weak general appearance, suprasternal and subcostal retraction, and a distended abdomen.
Above the suprasternal fossa, there was a 3cmx2cm lipoma with no clear edge.
Windows for mediastinal ultrasound include the suprasternal notch and parasternal intercostal spaces, which allow for detection of enlarged lymph nodes in the superior and anterior mediastinum.
The aortic transit time (TR) was determined by measuring the distance between the points of measurement of the carotid and femoral pulses, recorded by taking measurements on the surface of the body from the suprasternal notch to the point where the right carotid pulse was found and from the suprasternal notch to the right femoral pulse via the umbilicus.
Swellings on front of chest wall and suprasternal notch were unusual sites probably extension from pulmonary Tuberculosis.