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Some methodological limitations of this study should be taken into consideration when interpreting the results. Subcgepitantes for the intermittent sounds, there were occurrences of 20 different terms Table 2. We observed no significant differences among specialties of the authors in the terms used.
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Due to the number of publications, the states were divided into three groups, by region: To evaluate the appropriateness of the use of auscultation terminology in Brazilian respiratory disease-related medical journals published between January of and December of SCS Quadra 1, Bl.
Whe ez ing a nd crackling so unds heard th rough [ However, there is still much confusion regarding the terminology used to describe pulmonary auscultation.
The diagnosis “infectious catarrh” can usually be established simply from the behaviour of affected pigeons. A descriptive study was carried out based on data extracted from some Brazilian medical journals between January of and December of The diagnosis “infectious catarrh” can usually be established sibcrepitantes from the behaviour of affected pigeons, [ Coarse crackles are created by the opening and closing of airways that contain dense, viscous secretion.
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The terms used to describe adventitious sounds in pulmonary auscultation were classified as appropriate or inappropriate according to the terms established by the International Lung Sounds Association ILSA 6: The wrong words are highlighted. This descriptive study aimed to evaluate the appropriateness of the use of pulmonary auscultation terms in articles about respiratory diseases published in Brazilian medical journals.
In this step, the total number of articles, as well as the number of original articles and case reports, was recorded.
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Term search Jobs Translators Clients Forums. It is questionable as to whether this journal is representative of the clinical practice field. Fine crackles occur at the end of the inspiration, are acute high frequencyare of short duration, and do not change during cough, although they do provoke a change in posture.
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This study does not provide data to explain the causes for the noncompliance with the established standards. Pulmonologists used inappropriate terms to describe pulmonary auscultation as frequently as did non-pulmonologists.
Please click on the reason for your vote: Most frequent English dictionary requests: However, the representativeness of these two study samples is limited, since they originated from a single hospital or a single specialty.
Piirila P, Sovijarvi AR. The health care team will listen to the infant’s chest with a [ Table 4 shows the inappropriateness of the terms by state.
The regions were equivalent in terms of the percentage of inappropriate pulmonary auscultation terms used. All of us were [ This is not a good example for the translation above.
Table 1 shows the description of continuous sounds in pulmonary auscultation. The frequency of coarse crackles is lower bass soundssubcrepitantws they are of longer duration than are fine crackles.
Each group was responsible for one journal. Rhonchi are deep sounds of lower frequency and wheezes are high sounds of higher frequency.
While there still are small self-interested groups who cling like starving birds of prey on the carcass of an already-vanished [ The history and physical examination. C r ackl es rales in the i nfected [ Se pueden escuchar [ We found that the inappropriate use of terms was more frequent when intermittent sounds were described than when continuous sounds were described The appropriateness of terms used to describe adventitious sounds was assessed.
Fine crackles are generally associated with the presence of liquids or exudates in the alveoli, as seen in pneumonia, bronchiolitis, and left ventricular insufficiency. I ask you, compatriots who read me, to pay attention to this detail:. Table 3 shows the inappropriateness of the terminology used to report the pulmonary auscultation, organized by the type of sound, the publication period, and the specialty of the author.
Our findings show that the prevalence of inappropriateness in the description of adventitious sounds in the period after the dissemination of the new nomenclature was similar to that found for the period prior to their dissemination.
The selection of one journal from each of three medical fields was defined a priori as representative of Brazilian medical publications: In Brazil, the impact that these terminological modifications have had on medical practice remains unknown. It is these secondary pathogens that engender the actual clinical picture of [