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aus·cul·tate

 (ô′skəl-tāt′)
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.

auscultate

(ˈɔːskəlˌteɪt)
vb
(Medicine) to examine (a patient) by means of auscultation
ˈausculˌtator n

aus•cul•tate

(ˈɔ skəlˌteɪt)

v.t., v.i. -tat•ed, -tat•ing.
to examine by auscultation.
[1860–65]
aus•cul•ta•tive (ˈɔ skəlˌteɪ tɪv, ɔˈskʌl tə-) aus•cul•ta•to•ry (ɔˈskʌl təˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i) adj.
aus′cul•ta`tor, n.

auscultate


Past participle: auscultated
Gerund: auscultating

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
I auscultated
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we auscultated
you auscultated
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Present Continuous
I am auscultating
you are auscultating
he/she/it is auscultating
we are auscultating
you are auscultating
they are auscultating
Present Perfect
I have auscultated
you have auscultated
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we have auscultated
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Past Continuous
I was auscultating
you were auscultating
he/she/it was auscultating
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you were auscultating
they were auscultating
Past Perfect
I had auscultated
you had auscultated
he/she/it had auscultated
we had auscultated
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Future
I will auscultate
you will auscultate
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you will auscultate
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Future Perfect
I will have auscultated
you will have auscultated
he/she/it will have auscultated
we will have auscultated
you will have auscultated
they will have auscultated
Future Continuous
I will be auscultating
you will be auscultating
he/she/it will be auscultating
we will be auscultating
you will be auscultating
they will be auscultating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been auscultating
you have been auscultating
he/she/it has been auscultating
we have been auscultating
you have been auscultating
they have been auscultating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been auscultating
you will have been auscultating
he/she/it will have been auscultating
we will have been auscultating
you will have been auscultating
they will have been auscultating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been auscultating
you had been auscultating
he/she/it had been auscultating
we had been auscultating
you had been auscultating
they had been auscultating
Conditional
I would auscultate
you would auscultate
he/she/it would auscultate
we would auscultate
you would auscultate
they would auscultate
Past Conditional
I would have auscultated
you would have auscultated
he/she/it would have auscultated
we would have auscultated
you would have auscultated
they would have auscultated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.auscultate - examine by auscultationauscultate - examine by auscultation    
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
examine, see - observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect; "The customs agent examined the baggage"; "I must see your passport before you can enter the country"
Translations

auscultate

vtabhören, auskultieren (spec)

aus·cul·tate

, auscult
vt. auscultar, examinar, detectar sonidos de órganos tales como el corazón y los pulmones con el propósito de hacer un diagnóstico.
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Palpate for a thrill and auscultate for a bruit prior to cannulation.
In a physical exam, the following might work: When you place your stethoscope on the chest and back to auscultate the lungs, instruct the child to "place a hand on your belly and take a deep breath into your belly button so that your hand moves out.
Textbooks teach that to find if the liver is off, we should palpate, auscultate, percuss, and maybe even biopsy the liver.
It can be used to auscultate, but Doppler ultrasound is not as precise as the stethoscope when used by a practiced listener for identifying the source and subtle characteristics of murmurs.
The clinician should always auscultate the heart and lungs for murmurs or extra heart sounds; absent breathing sounds may be consistent with pneumothorax or pleural effusion.
I use my stethoscope to auscultate lung sounds, heart sounds and bowel sounds.
It is important to consider how long it would take the nurse to auscultate the FHR for about three contractions; assuming contractions in the active phase of labor typically come in a 2-3 minute pattern, lasting anywhere from 30-90 seconds, the nurse would have to listen to the FHR for about 6-10 minutes at a time.
I always have a stethoscope to illustrate to the children how nurses auscultate heart, lung and stomach sounds as mentioned in the book.
In addition, participants were able to auscultate breath and heart sounds and palpate carotid, radial, and femoral pulses.
Simulation 3 Time Frame Patient Expected Condition Nursing Action 0-5 minutes Incontinent of Auscultate urine, lungs lungs, with rates from calculate possible intake and aspiration output, discuss pneumonia, and toileting heart schedule, and arrhythmia.
Take TUNK (to tap on a burial chamber wall, so the archeologist can detect a hidden void on the other side) and AUSCULTATE (to tap on a patient's chest, so the doctor can hear the echo through his stethoscope).
Alternatively, one may auscultate the brachial artery while incrementally inflating the cuff to 30 mm Hg above the point at which the tapping noise (Korotkoff sounds) disappears.