Flashcards in Lung - Auscultation Deck (9):
What are the three types of "added sounds"?
Crackles, wheezes, and friction rub
Breath sounds are loudest and have the longest expiratory phase over which air fields?
Large: bronchi and bronchioles
Where will you find the bronchia/main bronchi?
2nd parasternal/paraspinal ICS
Where will you find the bronchovesicular/large bronchioles?
3rd - 4th parasternal/paraspinal ICS
The terminal airways and alveolar areas are called what?
What sounds encompass most of the air fields?
Lungs are considered to be clear if what?
No crackles, wheezes, of friction rubs
Amplitude of breath sounds are not increased, decreased, or absent.
If there is increased breath sounds it is known as what?
Displaced bronchial breath sounds