This educational CD-ROM includes the most important clinical information on lung sounds that physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, students and other physicians need to know. It has audio, text, illustrations and synchronized waveform displays. The multimedia presentation shows students the principles of lung auscultation with examples of a number of normal and abnormal lung sounds. this product also introduces the concepts of acoustic analysis.
* Identification of normal and abnormal lung sounds to aid in diagnosis * Fast access to sound library with accurate visual representations * Detailed description of underlying lung sound mechanisms * Multimedia CD-ROM * Audio playback with synchronized waveform display * Textual descriptions * Lung Sound Patterns * Cases * Compatible with PC and Macintosh systems
For each common lung sound, this course provides a textual description, audio playback of the sound and visualization. The visualization includes the waveform of the sound with key lung sound features marked, such as inspiration and expiration. As the sound is played-back, a cursor moves across the waveform. This synchronized cursor allows the student's eye to reinforce what is being heard. A screenshot from the multimedia CD is included below.