Breath sounds simply explained extensive library of sounds with lessons including multiple types of wheezes crackles rales rhonchi vesicular bronchial and voiced sounds breath sounds a guide to auscultating breath sounds. Lung sounds also called breath sounds can be auscultated across the anterior and posterior chest walls with a stethoscope adventitious lung sounds are referenced as crackles rales wheezes rhonchi stridor and pleural rubs as well as voiced sounds that include egophony bronchophony and whispered pectoriloquy. The lung sounds are best heard with a stethoscope this is called auscultation normal lung sounds occur in all parts of the chest area including above the collarbones and at the bottom of the rib cage using a stethoscope the doctor may hear normal breathing sounds decreased or absent breath sounds and abnormal breath sounds. Here is a quick review of breath sounds heard on auscultation the normal breath sounds are vesicular breath sounds heard on most of the lung it is soft and of low pitch inspiratory phase in . Lung sounds also called breath sounds can be heard across the anterior and posterior chest walls these breath sounds include crackles wheezes stridor and pleural rubs these are explained in the essentials of lung sounds lessons
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