The nurse could best auscultate the point of maximum impulse (pmi) in an 8-year-old child at the:

For the posterior approach, both of the nurses hands are placed around the neck, with two fingersof each hand on the sides of the trachea just beneath the cricoid cartilage.The bell of the stethoscope is best for auscultation of bruits.PTS: 1 DIF: A REF: 591 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: AssessmentMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Reduction of Risk Potential/Techniques of PhysicalAssessment7.When auscultating the clients lungs, a nurse notes normal vesicular sounds as:1Medium-pitched blowing sounds with inspirations that equalexpirations2Loud, high-pitched, hollow sounds with expiration longer thaninspiration3Soft, breezy, low-pitched sounds with longer inspiration4Sounds created by air moving through small airwaysANS: 3Normal vesicular sounds are soft, breezy, and low-pitched. The inspiratory phase is 3 timeslonger than the expiratory phase. Medium-pitched blowing sounds with inspiration equalingexpiration are bronchovesicular breath sounds. Loud, high-pitched, hollow sounds with longerDownloaded by Theresa Vu ([emailprotected])lOMoARcPSD|13002207