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Synonyms for breath

the vital principle or animating force within living beings

the act or process of breathing

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air breathed out, evidenced by vapor, odor, or heat

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Synonyms for breath

the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration

an indirect suggestion

a slight movement of the air

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Because breath sounds are directly related to pharyngeal pressure, "this method is sensitive to the seventy of [OSA] even during wakefulness.
The accuracy for characterization of breath sounds for the pediatric residents, attending pediatricians, and otolaryngology residents were 26.
on auscultation, breath sounds were absent on the right side of the chest.
He had bilateral coarse breath sounds, and bronchovesicular breath sounds over the right lung.
The respiratory rate was 28 cycles per minute and breath sounds were normal.
The physical examination revealed diminished breath sounds over the right lower and upper lobe segments on auscultation and dullness over the right lung on percussion.
Although physical exam for rales or bronchial breath sounds can be important, it is less sensitive and specific than chest films.
Physical examination revealed a thin Asian man with decreased breath sounds at the right upper lobe.
Breath sounds revealed bilateral rhonchi suggesting moderate bilateral secretions.
Physical examination revealed decreased breath sounds and a barely audible expiratory wheezing over the right lung field.
Due to poor initial ventilatory compliance, the tracheal tube was repositioned slightly and this improved bilateral breath sounds and compliance.
He had good air entry on both sides of his chest with symmetrical breath sounds and without any retractions.
2[degrees]C and bronchial breath sounds at the right upper zone lung field.
Breath sounds that are usually heard in BOOP patients are crackles and a clinical examination of the thorax demonstrates fine, dry lung crepitations.
After auscultating bilateral equal breath sounds, the tube was fixed at the 10 cm mark at the left angle of the mouth.