Asthma and breath sounds

Asthma: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

Some people have long-term shortness of breath with episodes of increased
shortness of breath. … Wheezing or other asthma-related sounds may be heard.

Breath Sounds: Types, Causes & Treatments – Healthline

An abnormal breath sound can indicate fluid in the lungs or asthma. Breath
sounds are an important part of diagnosing many different medical conditions.

Asthma – LSU Health Shreveport

Decreased breath sounds may be an ominous sign in asthma exacerbations,
indicating that the patient is no longer moving enough air through air passages to
 …

Breath Sounds

A. The best way to assess breath sounds. … If you get abnormal breath sound it is
best to locate its exact extent and … Asthma: decreased breath sounds c.

A Physical Exam for Asthma Diagnosis – Asthma Center – …

Aug 20, 2010 How does your doctor determine if you have asthma? … “When checking breath
sounds, we are looking for any signs of abnormal breathing,” …

Lung Sounds in Bronchial Asthma – Allergology …

a patient has higher than normal breathing sounds, i.e., bronchial sounds, he or
she … airflow limitation, asthma, lung sounds, physical examination, wheeze.

Wheezing Is A Common Asthma Symptom for Adults – About.com

Wheezing is one of the common asthma symptoms and is often the reason many
… With wheezing you will hear a high-pitched whistle sound as you breathe …

Medicine Decoded: Breath sounds made easy.

Oct 1, 2008 To understand breath sounds ,we should first stress on the Anatomy …. of COPD
& asthma; multiple simultaneous different pitched sounds …

Asthma – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

… the clip in your browser. The sound of wheezing as heard with a stethoscope.
…. Single-breath diffusing capacity can help differentiate asthma from COPD.

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