eupneica con murmullo vesicular

English translation: eupnea(or eupnoea) with vesicular murmur

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Spanish term or phrase:eupneica con murmullo vesicular
English translation:eupnea(or eupnoea) with vesicular murmur
Entered by: Elisa Capelão

05:32 Feb 11, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
Spanish term or phrase: eupneica con murmullo vesicular
Medical certificate, section on physical examination of patient
Madeleine Taylor
eupnea(or eupnoea) with vesicular murmur
Explanation:
Eupnea or eupnoea means easy or normal respiration
To confirm all the terms please see the following links for examples:


PLUMBUM. - THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PURE MATERIA MEDICA By ...
... ingress of the air, and the violent efforts to get it, muffled the vesicular murmur,
which could only be heard at the close of the respiratory period, and was ...
www.homeoint.org/allen/p/plb-11.htm


Case 1
... Her cough is loose and frequent. Upon auscultation, vesicular murmur is greatly diminished
and expiratory time is prolonged. Palpation of the dorsal vertebrae ...
www-emc.med.umontreal.ca/MPOC/html/Ma/MF100000.htm


Case 3
... heart rate is regular at 88 beats/min. Upon pulmonary auscultation, you notice a
reduction in vesicular murmur and slight bilateral expiratory sibilant rales. ...
www-emc.med.umontreal.ca/MPOC/html/Ma/MF300000.htm

eupnea. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
... The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language:
Fourth Edition. 2000. eupnea. ...
www.bartleby.com/61/99/E0239900.html

E-Doc: Eupnea
Medical Dictionary. Eupnea. Normal easy breathing.
Information last Updated: 1998-01-08. ...
www.edoc.co.za/medilink/dict/1567.html


regards
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Elisa Capelão
Local time: 03:37
Grading comment
Many thanks - I'm not an expert in this field but these things come up from time to time

Thanks
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naeupnea(or eupnoea) with vesicular murmur
Elisa Capelão


  

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eupnea(or eupnoea) with vesicular murmur


Explanation:
Eupnea or eupnoea means easy or normal respiration
To confirm all the terms please see the following links for examples:


PLUMBUM. - THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PURE MATERIA MEDICA By ...
... ingress of the air, and the violent efforts to get it, muffled the vesicular murmur,
which could only be heard at the close of the respiratory period, and was ...
www.homeoint.org/allen/p/plb-11.htm


Case 1
... Her cough is loose and frequent. Upon auscultation, vesicular murmur is greatly diminished
and expiratory time is prolonged. Palpation of the dorsal vertebrae ...
www-emc.med.umontreal.ca/MPOC/html/Ma/MF100000.htm


Case 3
... heart rate is regular at 88 beats/min. Upon pulmonary auscultation, you notice a
reduction in vesicular murmur and slight bilateral expiratory sibilant rales. ...
www-emc.med.umontreal.ca/MPOC/html/Ma/MF300000.htm

eupnea. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
... The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language:
Fourth Edition. 2000. eupnea. ...
www.bartleby.com/61/99/E0239900.html

E-Doc: Eupnea
Medical Dictionary. Eupnea. Normal easy breathing.
Information last Updated: 1998-01-08. ...
www.edoc.co.za/medilink/dict/1567.html


regards



    see above
Elisa Capelão
Local time: 03:37
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 172
Grading comment
Many thanks - I'm not an expert in this field but these things come up from time to time

Thanks

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