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Lung Examination: General Observation of the Patient – Lung Disease

by Jeremy Brown, PhD
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    The lecture Lung Examination: General Observation of the Patient – Lung Disease by Jeremy Brown, PhD is from the course Introduction to the Respiratory System.


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    1. Kussmauls and diabetic ketoacidosis
    2. Cheyne-Stokes and an exacerbation of asthma
    3. Stridor and severe COPD
    4. Paradoxical abdominal movements and pulmonary fibrosis
    1. Pectoral.
    2. Intercostals.
    3. Trapezius.
    4. Sternocleidomastoid.
    5. Diaphragm.
    1. Poor Airways Clarence.
    2. Low Hb.
    3. Poor oxygen level in atmosphere.
    4. Connective tissue disease.
    5. Muscular dystrophy.
    1. Brain stem lesion.
    2. Anaemia.
    3. Asthma.
    4. Metabolic acidosis.
    5. Tuberculosis.

    Author of lecture Lung Examination: General Observation of the Patient – Lung Disease

     Jeremy Brown, PhD

    Jeremy Brown, PhD


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