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Breathing pattern case studies

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put in order 1-6

Listen to anterior thorax breath sounds beginning at clavicals

listen to the lateral thorax breath sounds

stand behind client

instruct the client to raise arms

listen to the posterior thorax breath sounds beginning at apex of lungs

compare breath sounds over right and left sides of the posterior thorax

meanmaryjean, DNP, RN

Specializes in NICU, ICU, PICU, Academia. Has 40 years experience.

Are you requesting that we complete your homework for you?

Are you requesting that we complete your homework for you?

Couldn't possibly be! First post and we know no one ever asks us to do homework.

I think OP is asking how to count. (Put in order 1-6). I'll take a stab.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6! Someone please check my work. Higher math is so confusing.

im just stuck on it. ive done everything else but im not sure which order this is. don't be rude and comment rude things. dang.

im just stuck on it. ive done everything else but im not sure which order this is. don't be rude and comment rude things. dang.

Then tell us what you think and your rationale. Help us to help you.

I wasn't trying to be insensitive in my earlier post. We have a lot of first time posters who request homework "help" aka asking someone to do their work for them without any input to never be heard from again.

Sooo... If you had to guess. What order would you pick and why? Do you have a textbook? Lecture?

This is on evolve and its a case study so there are no books ir lectures. This breathing pattern has study has 12 pages and im on page 11 and it wont let me go on without completing it and it wont tell me which ones ive gotten correct. I think its listen to anterior stand behind client have client raise arms listen to posterior then lateral then compare lateral

I forget the website but it said something about starting from top and ending at lungs or something

Idiosyncratic, BSN, RN

Has 3 years experience.

Think of the pattern you're supposed to go in. I know the book should show you. Good luck!

We dont have a book on case studies

Whispera, MSN, RN

Specializes in psych, addictions, hospice, education.

Look in the book you used to learn how to do a respiratory assessment...the info you need should be there. If you don't have a book, go online and search for how to do a respiratory assessment.

Idiosyncratic, BSN, RN

Has 3 years experience.

Look in the book you used to learn how to do a respiratory assessment...the info you need should be there. If you don't have a book, go online and search for how to do a respiratory assessment.

Sorry, that's what I meant.

1. Stand behind

2. Listen to posterior

3. Compare

4. Instruct

5. Listen to lateral

6. Listen to anterior

:happy: Always stay humble & kind

After 30 minutes of trying... The right order is:

1- Stand behind the client

2- listen to the posterior thorax breath sounds beginning at apex of lungs

3- compare breath sounds over right and left sides of the posterior thorax

4- instruct the client to raise arms

5- listen to the lateral thorax breath sounds

6- Listen to anterior thorax breath sounds beginning at clavicles

It'sYaGirlK, CNA, LPN

Has 1 years experience.

On 4/19/2018 at 10:45 PM, LPN18_ said:

1. Stand behind

2. Listen to posterior

3. Compare

4. Instruct

5. Listen to lateral

6. Listen to anterior

:happy: Always stay humble & kind

Omg thanks so much.. I’ve been working this out for the last 30 minutes 🙏🏾🙏🏾👏🏾