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Listening to a patients chest - heart & lung sounds
c. arms crossed over the chest.
LLF: Look, Listen & Feel:Look for the rise and fall of the chest,Listen for sounds of breathingand Feel for the exhalation of air.
Feel their pulse, listen for breathing, and look for their chest moving.
it is soothing for her she probably likes to listen and feel the heart beat she may also like the closeness she feels to you while laying on your chest
You look for it, and if you lose it again, buy a ''decorate your own treasure chest" set in a toy store and keep your tama IN the chest
Place a stethoscope on your chest where you can feel the heart beat and you will hear it.
It's the piece if medical equipment that a doctor will listen into your chest while you breathe, as well as your heart beating.
A stethoscope is put against the chest and is used to monitor heart rate and breathing. It is also used to listen to certain body sounds
To diagnose pneumothorax, it is necessary for the health care provider to listen to the chest (auscultation) during a physical examination
A stethoscope is used to listen to what is inside or underneath something, i.e. doctors will use a stethoscope to listen to a patient's heart over their chest in order to find a murmur, or also a patient's lungs to are if they sound congested.