12Positioning The Patient Positioning the patient is important to allow the bronchi of each bronchopulmonary segment to be vertical so that the fluid inside the bronchus will move toward the mainstem bronchi and out of the lung.
13Positioning The Patient The Sitting Positions :Apical Segments of Right & Left upper LobesAnterior Segment of the Left Upper Lobe
14The Apical Segment Of The Right & Left Upper Lobes The bronchial feed into these segments are :forwardupwardlateral
15Postural Position :High Long SittingAngled degrees backward in reclined sitting
53Percussion & Auscultation : Over the thoracic wall on the left lateral surface over the nipple and the thorax in the mid-axillary line
54Lateral Basilar BP Segment Of The Left Lower Lobes & Right Cardiac BP Segment Of The Right Lower LobesThe bronchial feed into these segments is :Left Side = LateralRight Side = MedialObliquely Downward
55Postural Position :Right side-lying inclined with head below horizon