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tr.v. aus·cul·tat·ed, aus·cul·tat·ing, aus·cul·tates Medicine
To examine by auscultation.

[Back-formation from auscultation.]

aus′cul·ta′tive adj.
aus·cul′ta·to′ry (ô-skŭl′tə-tôr′ē) adj.
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In addition, BP was measured by the auscultatory method using a sphygmomanometer and a stethoscope (Tycos Hospital Instruments, Brazil) during the last 60 s of each 3-min stage.
If a child or adolescent has confirmed auscultatory BP readings at or above the 95th percentile on three different visits, this justifies a diagnosis of HTN, they wrote.
Conclusion: Auscultatory findings in diagnosing a significant pneumothorax are justified.
Blood pressure was estimated by manual auscultatory technique with a mercury sphygmomanometer.
The automatic oscillometric technique is less accurate than the manual auscultatory technique, when both are used in the clinician's office," first author Meir Nitzan said.
Blood pressure was measured on the left arm according to the auscultatory methods with a mercurycolumn sphygmomanometer (Missouri[R] Equipment Co; Saint Louis, MO, USA).
After taking the rough systolic blood pressure by palpatory method, both systolic and diastolic blood pressure was taken by auscultatory method.
That study included normotensive/hypertensive and male/female patients and used both manual auscultatory and automatic sphygmomanometers.
Part II conventional sphygmomanometer: Technique of auscultatory blood pressure measurement.
ALRTI was defined according to the World Health Organization definition, and infants were eligible if they had clinical (fever, cough, tachypnea, or abnormal auscultatory findings) or radiologic evidence of ALRTI.
Blood pressure was measured during the test and retest using the auscultatory method in the dominant arm of the subject by a single experienced evaluator.