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      "a powerful learning tool..."

      J.J, Ward, MEd, RRT in Respiratory Care


      The R.A.L.E.? Repository presents digital recordings of respiratory sounds in health and disease.?These are breath sounds that doctors, nurses, respiratory and physical therapists hear with a stethoscope when they auscultate the chest of a patient.

      Try R.A.L.E. Lung Sounds which offers an extensive collection of sound recordings and case presentations, including a quiz for self-assessment, and see for yourself.

      For more information on lung sounds check the R.A.L.E. Reference Collection or use Medline