Another respiratory question

  1. Does anyone know of a website where you can actually hear breath sounds? I would like to be able to hear both normal & abnormal sounds if possible, so when I get to clinical, I will know what I am listening to. TIA
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  3. by   JessicaSN
    Google is your friend I typed in "lung sounds" and found many helpful links.

    For some basic breath sounds, click on the left menu bar (bronchial, vesicular, etc)
    http://www.stethographics.com/main/p...roduction.html

    This is another good site. Be sure to listen on speakers first so you can adjust the volume as needed. I listened once with my headphones and I really hurt my ears :P

    http://www.umshp.org/rt/sounds/sounds.html

    Does you school have a video or audio library for nursing students? I would check that out to see if they have any samples too.

    Good luck!

    I am a 2nd year student and just last week ascultated newly developed crackles on a patient. It was my first time finding something like that and it felt so good!
  4. by   Daytonite
    this is generally conceded to be the best online site for this:
    other sites are:
  5. by   GingerSue
    check in your library - with my lab there were videos and tapes with the sounds
  6. by   l.a.m.b
    i see that you have a lot of good answers to a lot of questions here. next semester we are going to be doing heparin and bsa (burns) math. i need to start practicing now. any tips for me as far as formulas and/or different ways to do them?

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