9780131949003

Prentice Hall Heart and Lung Sounds

  • ISBN13:

    9780131949003

  • ISBN10:

    0131949004

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: CD
  • Copyright: 8/28/2006
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Prentice Hall Heart and Lung Sounds helps students master recognizing and diagnosing heart and lung sounds via multiple presentation styles. Upon finishing this program, Nursing students and professionals will have a solid foundation on which to base assessment of the client with cardiopulmonary disease. In each CD-ROM section, contains an audio introduction for each sound and see a graphic description of the sound wave. The enclosed Workbook enhances and provides quiz review to ensure yours"ve mastered the material.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Overview
How to listen to the sounds
Audience
Heart Anatomy and Auscultatory Sites
Heart Anatomy
The Heart in Systole
The Heart in Diastole
Auscultatory Sites
Murmur Mechanism Guide
Murmur Production Mechanism Guide
Lung Anatomy and Auscultatory Sites
Lung Anatomy
Anterior View
Posterior View
Right Lateral View
Left Lateral View
Physical Assessment
Physical Assessment of the Respiratory System of the Client with Respiratory Disease
Percussion
Normal Resonance
Hyperresonance
Decreased Resonance
Percussion Sites
Auscultation
Glossary
System Requirements
Authors
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