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Evaluating for the presence of crackles, wheezing, egophony, dullness to percussion, and so forth, may assist in elucidating the etiology of respiratory distress, but is not necessary in diagnosing respiratory failure. Pulse oximetry and blood gas sampling are often redundant or misleading. • Simple bedside observations can typically identify a patient in extremis. This is often signaled by the “tripod” position (bending forward with hands braced on thighs), accessory muscle use, thoraco-abdominal dyssynchrony, rapid respiratory rates (>40), and inability to speak in short sentences.
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