Definition of Auscultatory. Meaning of Auscultatory. Synonyms of Auscultatory

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Definition of Auscultatory

Auscultatory
Auscultatory Aus*cul"ta*to*ry, a. Of or pertaining to auscultation. --Dunglison.

Meaning of Auscultatory from wikipedia

- An auscultatory gap, also known as the silent gap, is a period of diminished or absent Korotkoff sounds during the manual measurement of blood pressure...
- 1177/003591577707001112. PMC 1543468. PMID 341169. Grim CE, Grim CM (March 2016). "Auscultatory BP: still the gold standard". Journal of the American Society of Hypertension...
- that palpation be used to get an estimate before using the auscultatory method. The auscultatory method (from the Latin word for "listening") uses a stethoscope...
- altogether for a short time between Phase II and III, which is referred to as auscultatory gap. Traditionally, the systolic blood pressure is taken to be the pressure...
- Manual sphygmomanometers are used with a stethoscope when using the auscultatory technique. A sphygmomanometer consists of an inflatable cuff, a measuring...
- small-scale acoustic monitoring tasks. A stethoscope that intensifies auscultatory sounds is called a phonendoscope. The stethoscope was invented in France...
- Auscultatory method aneroid sphygmomanometer with stethoscope...
- surgeon, a pioneer of 20th-century vascular surgery, and the inventor of auscultatory technique for blood pressure measurement. Nikolai Korotkov was born to...
- Sound transmission does not change when patient sits In relation to auscultatory percussion, the puddle sign is more specific, but less sensitive. Abdominal...
- "Aneurysmal protrusion of the posterior leaflet of the mitral valve. An auscultatory-electrocardiographic syndrome". Am. Heart J. 71 (2): 166–78. doi:10...
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