1) When the intercostal muscles are sucked inward between the ribs as you breathe, it is called: a) Distended veins b) Intercostal retraction c) Respiratory movement d) Respiratory rate 2) It is sometimes the result of long-term low oxygen in the blood and could be a sign of various types of lung diseases: a) Finger clubbing b) Finger hammering c) Finger drumming d) Fingering 3) What can be found when examining an area where the lung tissue has consolidated? a) Resonance b) Increased tactile fremitus c) Decreased tactile fremitus d) Increased vesicular breath sounds 4) This occurs when air gets into tissues under the skin: a) Pneumothorax b) Pulmonary emphysema c) COPD d) Subcutaneous emphysema 5) These sounds are caused by the "popping open" of small airways and alveoli collapsed by fluid and exudate: a) Fine Crackles b) Rhonchi c) Wheezing d) Stridor 6) This sound is like a whistle you hear when your airway is partially blocked: a) Crackles b) Wheezing c) Moist crackles d) Vesicular breath sounds 7) A low-pitched sound that resembles snoring: a) Stridor b) Vesicular breath sounds c) Wheezing d) Rhonchi 8) A high-pitched noise that occurs when there is obstruction in or just below the larynx: a) Wheezing b) Stridor c) Rhonchi d) Crackles 9) A respiration rate below 12 or over 25 breaths per minute while resting will indicate that the patient has: a) Apnea b) Tachypnea c) Dyspnea d) Bradypnea 10) When pleural effusion occurs, what can be found on examination? a) Dullness b) Hyper-resonance c) Increased tactile fremitus d) Increased vesicular breath sounds
Review of respiratory symptoms - Ôn tập triệu chứng thực thể hô hấp
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