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[Many researchers have worked on modeling the respiratory system both from merely scientific point of interest to understand how a biological system works and also for its plausible application for diagnostic purposes. The respiratory system also has a nonrespiratory function, which is...
[Since the invention of stethoscope by the French physician, Laennec, in 1821, auscultation (listening to the sounds at body surface) has been the primary assessment technique for physicians. Despite the high cost of many modern stethoscopes, including digital stethoscopes, their use is limited...
[Respiratory sounds have different characteristics depending on the location of recording. However, they are mainly divided into two classes: upper airway (tracheal) sounds usually recorded over the suprasternal notch of trachea, and lung sounds that are recorded over different locations of the...
[Diagnosis of respiratory diseases in the absence of the adventitious sounds, i.e., wheezes, crackles, etc., is more challenging without the use of conventional methods such as chest x-ray, MRI, and CT that are invasive methods. However, some adventitious sounds such as wheezes are found to have...
[Multichannel lung sound recording over the chest in the front and back has received much attention in the recent years due to its diagnostic potentials in a noninvasive manner. The conventional imaging systems for lungs are chest x-rays, CT, MRI that are well-established methods. The ultrasound...
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