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When you listen through normal lung tissue, sounds are normally muffled. If it sounds clear through the stethoscope, there is probably consolidation of the lung ...

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These sounds are more apparent with a stethoscope, but some are loud enough to hear with the ears. Abnormal breathing may be a sign of an underlying issue or ...

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Apr 16, 2020 ... Diminished or Absent Breath Sounds Intensity can be reduced due to several factors: Weak sound generation and/or impaired transmission.

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Oct 11, 2019 ... Reduced airflow can cause diminished breath sounds which can be due to a flare-up of asthma etc. Silent chest. Nothing makes a respiratory ...

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Jan 6, 2020 ... Percussion; Auscultation. This is an example of a systemic assessment tool but other tools are available (Simpson, 2015). The Nursing and ...

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Jun 6, 2018 ... The modern method is to use a stethoscope. Clear. Your lung sounds are normal. Normal air movement is heard. Diminished. Less air movement is ...

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Respiratory sounds refer to the specific sounds generated by the movement of air through the respiratory system. These may be easily audible or identified ...

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Apr 22, 2020 ... Shortness of breath? Listen to breath sounds. Are they clear to auscultation? Decreased unilaterally? Decreased bilaterally? Rales in bases?

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Breath sounds are heard but with less intensity than normal, clear breath sounds; · Causes include shallow breathing, airway obstruction, hyperinflation, ...

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Rhonchi are continuous low pitched, rattling lung sounds that often resemble snoring. Obstruction or secretions in ... Rhonchi usually clear after coughing.

www.verywellhealth.com/breath-sounds-4686352

Jan 6, 2020 ... The intensity or loudness of breath sounds can be described as normal, decreased (diminished), or absent. Intensity is usually higher in the ...