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13,589 results
  • [Laennec versus Forbes : tied for the score ! How technology helps us interpret auscultation]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Liege 2019; 74(10):543-551Coucke PA
  • For at least two centuries, the stethoscope has served as an essential cornerstone in clinical semiology. The sounds of heart and lung have been used for the differential diagnosis by multiple generations of physicians. One can argue today that our hearing and cognitive capacities are largely outraced by the development of new techniques with embarked artificial intelligence. This latter is able …
  • Modelling of jet noise: a perspective from large-eddy simulations. [Journal Article]
    Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci 2019; 377(2159):20190081Brès GA, Lele SK
  • In the last decade, many research groups have reported predictions of jet noise using high-fidelity large-eddy simulations (LES) of the turbulent jet flow and these methods are beginning to be used more broadly. A brief overview of the publications since the review by Bodony & Lele (2008, AIAA J. 56, 346-380) is undertaken to assess the progress and overall contributions of LES towards a better u…
  • Related factors of the nursing diagnosis ineffective breathing pattern in an intensive care unit. [Journal Article]
    Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 2019; 27:e3153Prado PRD, Bettencourt ARC, Lopes JL
  • CONCLUSIONS: fatigue, age and patients with a group of diseases were related factors of Ineffective Breathing Pattern in this study. Reduced vesicular murmurs, auscultation with adventitious sounds and cough may be defining characteristics to be added in the international classification, as well as the related factors bronchial secretion and group of diseases.
  • Blind Equalization of Lung Crackle Sounds to Compensate Chest Attenuation. [Journal Article]
    IEEE J Biomed Health Inform 2019Speranza CG, Da Ponte DF, … Moraes R
  • Diseased lungs generate adventitious sounds that propagate through the thorax, reaching the surface where they may be heard or recorded. The attenuation imposed to the lung sounds by the thorax depends on the physical characteristics of each patient, hampering the analysis of quantitative indexes measured to assist the diagnosis of cardiorespiratory disorders. This work proposes the application o…
  • Imported Plasmodium vivax malaria complicated by reversible myocarditis. [Case Reports]
    J Family Community Med 2019 Sep-Dec; 26(3):232-234Khan FY
  • Myocarditis as a result of malaria infection is uncommon. However, we report a case of a Pakistani emigrant who presented with respiratory distress, fever, chills, and nausea at the emergency room. The patient had traveled to visit his relatives in Pakistan without receiving antimalarial chemoprophylaxis. (Travel clinic advises travelers to Pakistan to take antimalarial drugs as prophylaxis.) Car…
  • Mathematical Model of Sound Absorption by Lungs with Acoustic Stimulation of the Respiratory System. [Journal Article]
    Dokl Biochem Biophys 2019; 487(1):247-250Bogomolov AV, Dragan SP, Erofeev GG
  • According to the results of theoretical and experimental analysis of the characteristics of the propagation of acoustic vibrations in the respiratory system, it is necessary to determine the resonant frequency of the respiratory tract to increase the vital capacity of the lungs by opening reserve alveoli by acoustic stimulation of the respiratory system and then to affect the respiratory system w…
  • A Rare Case of Bronchial Anthracofibrosis with Pleural Anthracosis Presented as Recurrent Pleural Effusion. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Pulmonol 2019; 2019:2982763Yadav RK, Saini JK, … Sarin R
  • A fifty-eight-year-old, nonsmoker Indian male presented with recurrent left pleural effusion. He had history of dry cough, exertional breathlessness for the last two years. He denied any occupational exposure or second hand smoke exposure. His physical examination demonstrated decreased breath sounds on the left side of chest. Cardiac evaluation was unremarkable. Diagnostic pleural aspiration rev…
  • A kind of integrated serial algorithms for noise reduction and characteristics expanding in respiratory sound. [Journal Article]
    Int J Biol Sci 2019; 15(9):1921-1932Meng F, Wang Y, … Zhao H
  • The computer‑based lung respiratory sound analysis, which can provide more information about the condition of lung station, has achieved a great development in recent years. However, the external noise in respiratory sound signal is a large restriction to the further promotion of this technique. In this paper, a kind of serial integrated de-noising algorithms which consist of a FIR band-pass filt…
  • [Levels of airway inflammatory mediators in peripheral blood in infants and young children with wheezing]. [Journal Article]
    Zhongguo Dang Dai Er Ke Za Zhi 2019; 21(9):861-867Yu XH, He M, … Kuang J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Th1/Th2 imbalance with a predominance of Th2 is observed in infants and young children with wheezing. IL-4, IL-5, IL-13, TGF-β1, and IgE are involved in the pathogenesis of wheezing in these children. Airway inflammation is also observed in these children with wheezing, but it is not associated with the number of wheezing episodes, presence or absence of high-risk factors for asthma, or results of pathogen detection.
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