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Increased work of breathing Patient-ventilator dyssynchrony auto-PEEP Increase

QuestionAnswer
Chronic airway obstruction Appears chronically ill Increased AP diameter Use of accessory muscles Reduced expansion Diffuse decrease in breath sounds Early inspirations crackles Chronic bronchitis & emphysema
Acute airway obstruction Appears acutely ill Use of accessory muscles Reduced expansion Increased resonance Expiratory wheezing Asthma & bronchitis Indications for Tracheostom
Consolidation May appear acutely ill Inspiratory lag Increased Dull note Bronchial breath sounds Crackles Pneumonia Tumor
Pneumothorax May appear acutely ill Unilateral expansion Decreased Fremitus crepitus Increased resonance Absent breath sounds Chest trauma
Pleural Effusion May appear acutely ill unilateral expansion absent fremitus Dull note absent breath sounds CHF
Bronchial obstruction Atelectasis Appears acutely ill unilateral expansion absent fremitus Dull note absent breath sounds mucous plug Diffuse Interstitial Fibrosis Often normal Rapid shallow breathing Often normal; increased fremitus (Palpation) Slight decrease in resonan
Diffuse Interstitial Fibrosis Often normal Rapid shallow breathing Often normal; increased fremitus (Palpation) Slight decrease in resonance Late inspiratory crackles - pneumoconiosis
Acute Upper Airway Obstruction Appears acutely ill Labored breathing Often normal (Palpation) Often normal (Percussion) Inspiratory and/ or expiratory stridor -epiglottitis -croup -foreign body
Created by: VivianP