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)

    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

    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?