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Learn how to auscultate the lung!

Lung Auscultation™ offers hundreds of auscultation teaching files with normal and abnormal breath sounds.

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Topics include:

Normal breath sounds, adventitious breath sounds, vesicular breath sounds, bronchial breath sounds, tracheal breath sounds, continuous breath sounds, discontinuous breath sounds, diminished breath sounds, rhonchi, crepitations, rales, crackles, wheezes, stridor, pleural friction rub, secretory sounds, skin and hair sounds, airway mucous, clicking sounds, sounds in acute lung diseases, sounds in chronic lung diseases, breath sounds in pneumonia, lung emphysema, lung fibrosis, narrowing of the upper airways, asthma bronchiale, chronic bronchitis, COPD, atelectasis, lung edema, diseases of the pleural space, heart insufficiency, heart failure, breath sounds in intubated patients, findings in intensive care and much more...


Choose hundreds of examples from multiple categories.


Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

Multiple sorting algorhythms for all breath sound files and indepth how-to tutorials.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

Indepth information and explanations for normal and abnormal breath sounds.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

Get findings at different areas of auscultation.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

Multiple sound files are available for each entity (normal and abnormal findings, etc.).
Entity specific images enhance the learning experience by visualization of the breathing cycle.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

A moving bar helps recognizing and following the breath sounds.
Control buttons allow changing sound volume and pause at any time for indepth listening.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

Sound file specific textual contents add additional information about diagnosis, location of auscultation and tidbits.
Chest and lung auscultation - Learn how to auscultate the lungs.

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