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Auscultation is the technical term for listening to the internal sounds of the body, usually using a stethoscope; based on the Latin verb auscultare "to listen". Auscultation is performed for the purposes of examining the circulatory system and respiratory system, as...
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The heart sounds are the noises (sound) generated by the beating heart and the resultant flow of blood through it. This is also called a heartbeat. In cardiac auscultation, an examiner uses a stethoscope to listen for these...
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Auscultation is perhaps the most important, basic, and effective clinical ... this pattern or you might prefer to begin auscultation at the 2nd right ICS. ...
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Auscultation is perhaps the most important and effective clinical technique you ... of your stethoscope with your hand before auscultation. ... B. Auscultation ...
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Auscultation is an essential part of even a cursory cardiac exam. ... As with palpation of the heart, auscultation should proceed in a logical manner ...
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Welcome to the Colorado State University Veterinary Auscultation Library. ... site contains a collection of auscultation sounds from normal and diseased animals. ...
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Anonymous, (2008) Auscultation (English). Medical Subject Headings. ... Retrieved from "http://locke.citizendium.org/wiki/Auscultation" ...
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Includes electronic stethoscope, eeg, amplifier, arrhythmia, heart, breath sounds.
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Auscultation of the heart remains an important examination for the detection of ... When completed by an experienced clinician, auscultation ...
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Dynamic Auscultation. The Cardiac Cycle - Sounds and Murmurs ... given to cardiac auscultation during training. ... Principles of Cardiac Auscultation ...
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