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Jun 11, 2021

[Answer] 5. Wheezes, rales, crackles and creps (oh my!) are noises that paramedics are trained to recognise and treat during the course of their learning. In which organ do we usually refer to hearing wheezes, rales, crackles or creps?

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...1. The Liver 2. The Skin 3. The Spleen 4. The Lungs Wheezes, rales, crackles and creps and different sounds that may be heard when assessing the breathing of a patient. If a patient seems to be having difficulty in breathing, then the paramedic will have a listen to the chest of the patient with their stethoscope in an effort to identify what the problem may be, and decide on a course of action or treatment from there.




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The Lungs:


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