Essential lung sounds this module essential lung sounds is designed to provide auscultation instruction with practice exercises the most important breath sounds found in family practice and internal medicine are covered each lesson consists of multiple pages 1 text description with audio recording 2a visualization page with waveform . Breath sounds may be heard with a stethoscope during inspiration and expiration in a technique called auscultation abnormal lung sounds such as stridor rhonchi wheezes and rales as well as characteristics such as pitch loudness and quality can give important clues as to the cause of respiratory symptoms. This is the sound of vesicular breath sounds they are considered normal described as low pitched they are best heard in all areas of auscultation with you. However abnormal breath sounds may include rhonchi a low pitched breath sound crackles a high pitched breath sound wheezing a high pitched whistling sound caused by narrowing of the
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