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Flashcards in Signs/Symptoms of Pulmonary Disorders Deck (10):
1

Asthma

Decreased bronchial sounds, prolonged expiration
Inspiratory and expiratory wheezes
Decreased voice
Incrased use of accessory muscles
Tachypnea
Decreased tactile fremitus
Possible increased percussion

2

Atelectasis

Decreased or no breath sounds
Crackles
Decreased or no voice sounds
Trachea is deviated to the affected side
Decreased tactile fremitus
Decreased sound with percussion

3

Bronchiectasis

Crackles
Normal voice
Decreased expansion , tachypnea, clubbing
Increased rhonhal fremitus

4

Bronchitis

Crackles and wheezes
Normal voice sounds
Possible decreased motion at chest, increased use of accessory muscles
Decreased tactile fremitus bilaterally
Increased percussion sounds bilaterally

5

COPD

Decreased breath sounds with prolonged expiration
Crackles and wheezes (or no sounds)
Decreased voice sounds bilaterally
Barrel-shaped chest, moves as a unit, increased use of accessory mm
Decreased tactile fremitus bilaterally
Increased percussion sounds bilaterally

6

Consolidation

Bronchial breath sounds
Cracles
Whispered pectoriloquy
Decreased motion on affected side
Increased tactile fremitus
Decreased percussion sounds

7

Fibrosis

Decreased breath sounds
Crackles
Decreased voice sounds
Decreased chest motion
Decreased tactile fremitus
Decreased percussion sounds

8

Heart failure

Dependent crackles
Normal voice sounds
Normal chest expansion
Tachypnea

9

Pleural ffusion

Decreased breath sounds over the effusion and bronchial breath sounds above the fluid
Possible pleural rub
Decreased voice sounds over the effusion, increased above the fluid
Decreased chest motion on the affected side
Increased RR, trachea deviated to the unaffected side
Decreased or no tactile fremitus
Decreased percussive sounds

10

Pneumothorax

No breath sounds
No advenitious sounds
No voice sounds
No motion on the affect ed side
Trachea deviated to the unaffected side
Decreased tactile fremitus