RESP: no increased WOB specifically no G/F/R

Discussion in 'Medical Terminology' started by mn23, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. mn23 Senior Member

    Uruguay Spanish
    Hi dear forum!

    Does anybody know what G/F/R stands for in this context?

    Patient Physical Examination:
    RESPIRATORY: Good b/l air entry to bases, no crackles/wheezes, no increased WOB (work of breathing?) specifically no G/F/R

    Many thanks for your help!!!
  2. EricEnfermero

    EricEnfermero Senior Member

    La UCI Neonatal
    US - English
    grunting, flaring or retracting - those are three signs of increased WOB in an infant (yes - WOB = work of breathing)

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