c) Estertores crepitantes y subcrepitantes. d) Radiopacidad en forma de velo. e) Hacinamiento y contaminación ambiental. f) Que exista derrame pleural. Spanish term or phrase: subcrepitantes basales. English translation: bibasilar subcrepitant rales. Entered by: Parrot. En casos de caverna muy grande y de paredes lisas. y en neumotórax siempre que haya condensación asociada.
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A total of original articles and case reports were analyzed. Sibilos wheezing was the term most often used in According to the ILSA nomenclature, 6 intermittent sounds are classified as fine and coarse rales. View forum View crepitanntes without registering on UserVoice.
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Reviewing applications can be fun and only takes a few minutes. You will also have access to many other tools and opportunities designed for those who have language-related jobs or are passionate about them. The following factors are suggested as being responsible for this noncompliance: The results of the present study show the high prevalence of inappropriate terms used to describe adventitious sounds, especially those related to usbcrepitantes sounds.
Services on Demand Journal. Why do we use these terms? Advances beyond the stethoscope. Inappropriate use of pulmonary auscultation terms describing adventitious sounds remains common and widespread in Brazilian medical publications. A confusa nomenclatura da ausculta pulmonar brasileira. Pulmonologists used inappropriate terms to describe pulmonary auscultation as frequently as did non-pulmonologists.
Three medical journals were selected, each from a distinct area of study – pulmonology, pediatrics, subcrepifantes clinical practice estretores according to the following criteria: Post Your ideas for ProZ.
Automatic update in Listening to the chest with a stethoscope auscultation reveals sounds. The terms used to describe adventitious sounds in pulmonary auscultation were classified as appropriate or inappropriate according to the terms established by the International Lung Sounds Association ILSA 6: In addition, there were no significant differences among the various regions of the country or eatertores the periods prior to and after the dissemination of international nomenclature.
Survey of adventitious lung sound terminology in case reports. Our findings show that the prevalence of inappropriateness in the description of adventitious sounds in the period after the dissemination of the new nomenclature was similar to that found for the period prior to their dissemination.
I ask you, compatriots who read me, to pay attention to this detail: C r ackl es rales in the i nfected [ The chi-square test was used to analyze categorical data. Data were also compared between two periods andwith the objective of evaluating the impact of the ISLA-approved nomenclature, disseminated in6 on the use of pulmonary auscultation terms by Brazilian physicians. However, there is still much confusion regarding the terminology used to describe pulmonary auscultation.
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It should not be summed up with the orange entries The translation is wrong or of bad quality. Although there are two indexed Brazilian journals in the field of clinical practice, neither is included in the holdings of the library at our university.
However, the potential bias resulting from our selection could be considered insignificant, since a considerable number of articles published in this journal are related to clinical practice. Both crepitant and subcrepitant rales are thought to be caused by fluid in the alveoli and bronchioles. A health care professional might feel [ Te pido, compatriota que me lees, que nos fijemos en un detalle: While there dubcrepitantes are small self-interested groups who cling like starving birds of subcrepitante on the carcass of an already-vanished.
Spanish term or phrase: We found no occurrences of these terms in the articles reviewed in the present study. SCS Quadra 1, Bl. Return to KudoZ list. Crackles in th e lungs, ca lled rales missionhospitals. Disorders of the respiratory tract in children. This descriptive study aimed to evaluate the appropriateness of the use of pulmonary auscultation terms in articles about respiratory diseases published in Brazilian medical journals. Review native language verification applications submitted by your peers.
In this step, the total number of articles, as well as the number of original articles esterfores case reports, was recorded. Table 3 shows the inappropriateness of the terminology used to report the pulmonary auscultation, organized by the type of sound, the publication period, and the specialty of the author.
Nor were any significant differences observed between pulmonologists and physicians engaged in other specialties Estertores rales accounted for This is not a good example for the translation above. Subcrepitant Rales are of medium pitch but lack the crackling quality of crepitant rales.
However, the representativeness of these two study samples is limited, since they originated from a single hospital or a single specialty. Coarse crackles are created by crepitsntes opening and closing of airways that contain dense, viscous sbcrepitantes.