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Ashtma VS?
tachypnea; tachycardia
Ashtma Inspection?
dyspnea; use of accessory mucles; possible cyanosis; hyperinflation
Ashtma Palpation?
often normal decreased fremitus
Ashtma Percussion?
often normal; hyperresonant; low diaphragm
Ashtma Auscultation?
prolonged expiration; wheezes; decreased lung sounds
Emphysema VS?
stable
Emphysema inspection?
increased anteroposterior diameter; use of accessory muscles; thin individual
Emphysema palpation?
decreased tactile fremitus
Emphysema percussion?
increased resonance; decreased excursion of diaphragm
Emphysema acuscultation?
decreased lung sounds; decreased vocal fremitus
Chronic bronchitis VS?
tachycardia
Chronic Bronchitis Inspeciton?
possible cyanosis; short, stocky individual
Chronic Bronchitis palpation?
often normal
Chronic Bronchitis percussion?
often normal
Chronic Bronchitis auscutation?
early crackles; rhonci
Pneumonia VS?
tachycardia; fever; tachypnea
Pneumonia inspection?
possible cyanosis; possible splinting on affected side
Pneumonia palpation?
increased tactile fremitus
Pneumonia percussion?
dull
Pneumonia auscultation?
(inspiratory) late crackles; bronchial breath sounds
Pulmonary embolism VS ?
tachycardia; tachypnea
Pulmonary embolism Inspection ?
often normal
Pulmonary embolism palpation ?
usually normal
Pulmonary embolism percussion ?
usually normal
Pulmonary embolism auscultation ?
usually normal
Pulmonary edema VS ?
tachycardia; tachypnea
Pulmonary edema Inspection ?
possible signs of elevated right heart pressures
Pulmonary edema palpation ?
usually normal
Pulmonary edema auscultation?
early crackles; wheezes
Pulmonary edema percussion ?
often normal
pneumothorax vs?
tachypnea; tachycardia
pneumothorax inspection?
often normal lag on affected side
pneumothorax palpation ?
absent fremitus; trachea may be shifted to other side
pneumothorax percussion ?
hyperresonant
pneumothorax auscutation ?
absent BS
Pleural effusion vs?
tachypnea; tachycardia
Pleural effusion inspection?
often normal; lag on affected side
Pleural effusion palpation?
decreased fremitus; trachea shifted to other side
Pleural effusion percussion?
dullness
Pleural effusion auscultation?
absent BS
Atelectasis VS ?
tachypnea
Atelectasis Inspection ?
often normal; lag on affected side
Atelectasis palpation ?
decreased fremitus; trachea shifted to same side
Atelectasis percussion ?
dullness
Atelectasis auscultation ?
absent BS
Adult respiratory distress syndrome VS ?
tachycardia; tachypnea
Adult respiratory distress syndrome Inspection ?
use of accessory muscles; cyanosis
Adult respiratory distress syndrome Palpation ?
usually normal
Adult respiratory distress syndrome Percussion ?
often normal
Adult respiratory distress syndrome Auscultation ?
normal initially crackles and decreased lung sounds, late