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 –

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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