Auscultation Repetition Training: 33.
Features:Hollow, tubular sounds that are higher-pitched. Considered abnormal if heard over the peripheral lung fields. Distinct pause in the sound between inspiration and expiration. Inspiration to expiration ratio of 1:2 or 1:3
If you need to learn heart sound or refresh your skills, you can use our training modules with our audio, video and text lessons. Many of our auscultation modules at no charge. We suggest starting with normal sounds, then first, second and third/fourth heart sounds, then adding the several abnormal murmurs.
Fundamentals of Heart Sounds
Normal Heart Sounds
First Heart Sounds
Second Heart Sounds
Third and Fourth Heart Sounds
Cardiac Conditions - Sudden Death
Fundamentals of Lung Sounds
Course and quiz certificates are available for users enrolled in Auscultation-Essentials or Advanced. Achievement certificates can be printed and are saved to the user's dashboard.