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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Rs-bilateral normal vesicular breath sounds, no added sounds, CVS-S1S2 heard, no murmurs, per abdomen-mild lumbar tenderness present over the left side, CNS--no focal neurological deficit.
At presentation at the emergency room, the patient was conscious and alert, afebrile, and showed vesicular breath sounds and no rale.
Normal vesicular breath sounds were heard over the left side along with normal palpation and percussion notes.
Pese a esto, algunas fuentes anglosajonas continuan utilizando "vesicular breath sounds" como una expresion valida, por ejemplo en Evidence-Based Physycal Diagnosis (4), y en textos tradicionales en idioma espanol, como la Semiologia Medica y Tecnica Exploratoria de Suros (5), la Semiologia Medica de Cediel (6) y el Diccionario de Terminos Medicos de la Real Academia Nacional (espanola) de Medicina (7), se emplea el termino <<murmullo vesicular>>; incluso este ultimo texto lo acepta como traduccion de <<vesicular breath sounds" y como sinonimo de "murmullo alveolar" o "murmullo respiratorio", y llama la atencion sobre el error de usar incorrectamente el termino "murmullo" en el sentido de "soplo" (por influencia del ingles murmur [soplo]).
On clinical examination, bilateral equal vesicular breath sounds were auscultated, and there was no adventitious sound.
He weighed 2600 g, his respiratory rate was 72 breaths [min.sup.-1] with retractions, and vesicular breath sounds were audible.
Cardiovascular (CVS) examination revealed S1S2 (+) with no murmur and respiratory examination, (RS) revealed normal vesicular breath sounds. The patient also presented oral candidiasis and perioral pigmentation.
Auscultation of the lungs revealed bilateral vesicular breath sounds with equal intensity.
Normal vesicular breath sounds were heard bilaterally on examination of the chest.
She was severely pale, afebrile, pulse rate 110/minute, respiratory rate 20/minute, blood pressure 90/60mm of Hg, Sp[O.sub.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.