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pulmonary signs

NPTE: pulmonary - physical signs of diseases (scorebuilder 2008)

Physical Sign for: DiseaseAnswer
Breath sounds for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack decreased, bronchial, prolonged expiration
Adventitious sounds for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack inspiratory and expiratory wheeze
Voice sounds for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack decreased
Inspection for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack increased use of accessory muscles, tachypnea
Tactile fremitus for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack decreased
Percussion for: Asthma, acute moderately severe attack normal/increased
Breath sounds for: Atelectasis decreased or 0
Adventitious sounds for: Atelectasis Crackles
Voice sounds for: Atelectasis decreased or 0
Inspection for: Atelectasis Trachea deviated to affected side
Tactile Fremitus for: Atelectasis decreased
Percussion for: Atelectasis decreased/very decreased
Breath sounds for: Bronchiectasis normal
Breath sounds for: Brochitis normal, possibly prolonged expiration
Breath sounds for: COPD decreased/very decreased, prolonged expiration
Breath sounds for: Consolidation Bronchial
Breath sounds for: Localized Fibrosis decreased
Breath sounds for: Generalized Fibrosis decreased
Breath sounds for: Heart Failure normal
Breath sounds for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) decreased or 0 over the effusion; bronchial above the fluid
Breath sounds for: Pneumothorax (>15%) decreased or 0
Adventitious sounds for: Brochiectasis Crackles
Adventitious sounds for: Bronchitis Crackles, wheezes
Adventitious sounds for: COPD None (no crackles, wheezes)
Adventitious sounds for: Consolidation Crackles
Adventitious sounds for: Localized Fibrosis Crackles
Adventitious sounds for: Generalized Fibrosis Crackles
Adventitious sounds for: Heart Failure Dependent crackles
Adventitious sounds for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) Possible pleural rub
Adventitious sounds for: Pneumothorax (>15%) none
Voice sounds for: Bronchiectasis normal
Voice sounds for: Bronchitis normal
Voice sounds for: COPD decreased or 0 bilaterally
Voice sounds for: Consolidation Whispered pectoriloquy
Voice sounds for: Localized Fibrosis decreased
Voice sounds for: Generalized Fibrosis decreased
Voice sounds for: Heart Failure normal
Voice sounds for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) decreased over the effusion, increased above the fluid
Voice sounds for: Pneumothorax (>15%) decreased or 0
Inspection for: Bronchiectasis decreased expansion on affected side, tachypnea, clubbing
Inspection for: Bronchitis possible decreased motion, occasional use of accessory muscles
Inspection for: COPD barrel-shaped chest, moves as a unit, increased use of accessory muscles
Inspection for: Consolidation Decreased motion on affected side
Inspection for: Localized Fibrosis Decreased motion over area
Inspection for: Generalized Fibrosis Decreased motion bilaterally
Inspection for: Heart Failure Normal chest expansion, tachypnea
Inspection for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) Decreased motion on affected side, increased resp rate, trachea deviated to opposite side
Inspection for: Pneumothorax (>15%) Decreased motion on affected side
Tactile Fremitus for: Bronchiectasis increased rhonchal fremitus
Tactile Fremitus for: Bronchitis decreased bilaterally
Tactile Fremitus for: COPD decreased bilaterally
Tactile Fremitus for: Consolidation increased
Tactile Fremitus for: Localized Fibrosis decreased or 0
Tactile Fremitus for: Generalized Fibrosis decreased or 0
Tactile Fremitus for: Heart Failure normal
Tactile Fremitus for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) decreased or 0
Tactile Fremitus for: Pneumothorax (>15%) decreased or 0
Percussion for: Bronchiectasis normal
Percussion for: Bronchitis increased bilaterally
Percussion for: COPD increased bilaterally
Percussion for: Consolidation decreased
Percussion for: Localized Fibrosis decreased
Percussion for: Generalized Fibrosis decreased
Percussion for: Heart Failure normal
Percussion for: Pleural Effusion (moderate to large) decreased/very decreased
Percussion for: Pneumothorax (>15%) increased
Created by: liz124714