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Hyporesonance tapping air increases fluid &solids decreasesFactorsPleural effusion, pulmonary edema, atelectasis,consolidations, pneumonectomy, pneumonia, pleural thickening.
Hyperesonance tapping air increases fluid & solids decreasesfactors: Pneumothorax, COPD, Emphysema, Asthma
Decrease Tactile Fremitis/ Touching/ Feeling Air + Fluid decreases, solids increaseFactors: Pleural effusions, pneumothorax, COPD, Emphysema, Pulmonary edema,pneumonectomy, Pleural thickening, Asthma
Increase Tactile Fremitis Touching/ FeelingAir+fluid decreasesSolids increaseFactors: Atelectasis, Pneumonia, Consolidations
Decrease Vocal Fremtis Air+Fluid decrease solid increaseFactors: Pleural Thickening, Pulmonary edema, Pneumothorax, COPD,Emphysema, Asthma, Pleural effusion, pneumonectomy
Increase Vocal Fremitis Air+Fluid decrease solid increaseFactors: Consolidations, Pneumonia,Atelectasis
Vocal Fremitis refers to the vibration created by the vocal cords during speech
tactile fremtis pt. state ninety nine, increase vibration, consolidation
Hyperresonance loud low pitched long duration produced over area where is more air less tissue
Hyporesonance Dullnes- medium intensity and pitched of short duration more tissue than airFlat- low amplitude and pitch over areas of more tissue than air
Created by: yayagirl03