Vesicular - Normal C203 Auscultation Lesson with Recordings

Virtual Auscultation

patient torso with stethoscope chestpiece

patient position during auscultation
The patient's position is seated.

Lesson

Vesicular breath sounds are soft and low-pitched with a rustling quality during inspiration and are even softer during expiration. These are the most commonly auscultated breath sounds, normally heard over most of the lung surface. They have an inspiration/expiratory ratio of 3 to 1 or I:E of 3:1.
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? v:6 | onAr:0 | onPs:2 | tLb:6 | tLbJs:0
isPageNeedsInvoke:False | isTc: False | cc: US
isHome:False | uStat: False | db:0 | pu:False | jsNext:False | pv:1 | refreshTime: 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM || now: 3/2/2024 4:08:34 AM



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