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PULMO-DRAINAGE

POSTURAL BRONCHIAL DRAINAGE POSITIONING

LOBES OF LUNGSBRONCHIAL DRAINAGE POSITIONING
APICAL SEGMENTS UPPER LOBE leaning forward 30 degrees in sitting
POSTERIOR SEGMENTS UPPER LOBE leaning backwards 30 degrees
ANTERIOR SEGMENTS UPPER LOBE supine lying with pillow underneathe the knees
RIGHT MIDDLE LOBE trendelenburg, foot of table or bed elevated 16", quarter turn to left from supine
LINGULAR SEGMENTS LEFT UPPER LOBE trendelenburg, foot of table or bed elevated 16", quarter turn to right from supine
ANTERIOR BASAL SEGMENT LOWER LOBE trendelenburg, foot of table or bed elevated 20", quarter turn to right from supine
LATERAL BASAL SEGMENTS LOWER LOBES trendelenburg, foot of table or bed elevated 20", quarter turn to left from supine
POSTERIOR BASAL SEGMENTS LOWER LOBES trendelenburg, foot of table or bed elevated 20", PRONE
SUPERIOR SEGMENTS LOWER LOBES table or bed is flat, PRONE
Created by: rockshox921