Monday, November 12, 2012

Breath Sounds Free Practice Test

Breath sounds vary greatly from one person to the next. Several medical terms are used to describe breath sounds, and this practice test focuses on ten of some of the more common normal and abnormal breath sounds.

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Free Medical Terminology Practice Test
Breath Sounds Practice Test by Katrena
Learn Medical Terminology Respiratory Terms
Medical Term for Rapid Breathing
Tachypnea Definition
Medical Term for Whistling Breath Sound
Wheeze Definition
Medical Term for Air Forced Through Nose and Mouth
Cough Definition
Medical Term for Deep Breathing Due to Diabetic Acidosis
Kussmaul Respiration Definition
Medical Term for Snoring Breath Sound
Rhonchi Definition
Medical Term for high-pitched Breath Sounds that Sound like Wind Blowing
Stridor Definition
Medical Term for Breath Sound Due to Inflammation of Pleural Space
Pleural Rub Definition
Medical Term for Wet, Bubbling or Crackling Breath Sound
Rales Definition
Medical Term for Forceful Expiration
Cough Definition
Medical Term for Difficult Breathing
Dyspnea Definition
Free Medical Terminology Practice Test

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