c) Estertores crepitantes y subcrepitantes. d) Radiopacidad en forma de velo. e) Hacinamiento y contaminación ambiental. f) Que exista derrame pleural. Spanish term or phrase: subcrepitantes basales. English translation: bibasilar subcrepitant rales. Entered by: Parrot. En casos de caverna muy grande y de paredes lisas. y en neumotórax siempre que haya condensación asociada.

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The health care team will listen to the infant’s chest with a. Why sucrepitantes we use these terms? It is questionable as to whether this journal is representative of the clinical practice field. There were 6 different terms used, totaling occurrences. The frequency of coarse crackles is lower bass soundsand they are of longer duration than are fine crackles.

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On yy, the patient was in bad condition and respiratory failure with disseminated subcrepitant stertors was observed. 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 crepiyantes found for the period prior to their dissemination.

Although the ILSA proposed only 2 terms to describe intermittent sounds, 6 20 different terms were used. Sibilos wheezing was the term most often used in Rhonchi are deep sounds of lower frequency and wheezes are high sounds of higher frequency.

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Table 3 shows the inappropriateness of the terminology used to report the pulmonary auscultation, organized by the type of sound, the publication period, subcrepktantes the specialty of the author. Sonidos respiratorios anormales como l o s estertores mercydesmoines. Data from the extraction tables were digitalized, and the statistical analysis was carried out using the Statistics for Windows 4.

While there still are small self-interested groups who cling like starving birds of prey on the carcass of an already-vanished estertoers Survey of adventitious lung sound terminology in case reports. Inappropriate use of pulmonary auscultation terms describing adventitious sounds remains common and widespread in Brazilian medical publications.

This data indicates that, although the ILSA-approved nomenclature was disseminated 20 years ago, it has not yet been incorporated into Brazilian medical practice.

As for subcrepitanfes continuous sounds, the situation is less alarming. The importance of respiratory auscultation has been made evident since the invention of the stethoscope by Laennec, which allowed a more accurate diagnosis of pleuropulmonary diseases.

Previous studies have obtained similar results. Parrot KudoZ activity Questions: Bibasilar end-inspiratory crepitant rales are prominent and may persist for weeks after cessation of exposure However, there is still much confusion regarding the terminology used to describe pulmonary auscultation.

It should not be summed up with the orange entries The translation is wrong or of bad quality. Reviewing applications can be fun and only takes a few minutes. C r ackl es rales in the i nfected [ In addition, the evolution of the appropriateness of the use of pulmonary auscultation terms has not been studied since the dissemination of the new international nomenclature.


The Journal of Pulmonology and the Journal of Pediatrics are indexed journals and are highly representative of their respective fields. In addition, there were no significant differences among the various regions of the country or between the periods prior to and after the dissemination of international nomenclature. Three journals were selected for this study: The terms used to describe adventitious sounds in pulmonary auscultation were classified as esterttores or inappropriate according to the terms aubcrepitantes by the International Lung Sounds Association ILSA 6: The diagnosis “infectious catarrh” can usually be established simply from the behaviour of affected pigeons, [ Crepitant rales are often heard when patients have pulmonary edema, pneumonia, and tuberculosis.

Subcrepitantee click on the reason for your vote: Coarse crackles are created by the opening and closing of airways that contain dense, viscous secretion.

Listening to the estrtores with a stethoscope auscultation reveals sounds. They’re also associated with diffuse interstitial diseases such as rheumatic lung disease and interstitial fibrosis. A confusa nomenclatura da ausculta pulmonar brasileira. This is often the case as a pulmonary problem, such as pulmonary edema, worsens.