SimScope WiFi The Hybrid Simulator

Introducing SimScope WiFi The Hybrid Simulator

Cardionics introduces its latest innovation: The SimScope WiFi Hybrid Simulator™, for real-time standardized patient interaction and assessment.


Your auscultation solution for real-time seamless standardized patient interaction and assessment.


With the new SimScope WiFi upgrade, users are able to utilize wireless communication between the SimScope and their computer allowing them to seamlessly select and change the pathological sounds and conditions of any standardized patient, O.S.C.E. or low-fidelity manikin.


  • SimScope Patches are customizable and easily programmable to let specific diagnostic case studies. Matching the appropriate sound to the correct anatomical location enables authentic standardized patient interaction and student assessment in a variety of educational scenarios.

  • SimScope software and Cardionics proprietary sounds library of simulated heart, breath, bowel, and bruit sounds provide real time practice and mastery of standardized patient interaction.

  • SimScope plays the programmed heart, breath and bowel sounds specific to each correct anatomical location enabling a realistic standardized patient encounter. Up to 20 patches may be programmed and simultaneously activated with heart, breath, bowel, and bruit sounds to simulate real time auscultation during a physical exam.


SimScope includes: SimScope, SimScope Patches™, SimScope Software™*, and USB cable.



  • How Used

SimScope has multiple uses in simulation. The SimScope can also be used for low-fedility manikins to add heart, lung, bowel, or bruit sounds. For example, you want to add course crackles to your CRP manikin. Simply load the course crackles scenario into the SimScope and place the lung patches at the desired location on the manikin. Now the SimScope will read the patches placed on the CPR manikin and your students will hear the course crackles through the scope


  • Features
  • WiFi Upgrade Available for existing SimScopes.

  • Simple one on one student/patient interaction.

  • Ideal for use with Standardized Patient & O.S.C.E. programs.

  • Listen at anatomically correct auscultation sites.

  • Easy to use software enables maximum flexibility: the system adapts to your specific requirements allowing virtually unlimited site selections and scenarios.

  • Utilizes the extensive Cardionics proprietary heart, lung, bowel, and bruit sounds library.

  • Quick change AAA battery provides up to 12 months of battery life.


  • Options

Each SimScope comes with the following standard library of sounds, although Cardionics can help provide customization to your library as needed:

  • Heart Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal Heart Sounds 75 BPM

  • Paradoxical Splitting S2

  • Physiological Splitting S2

  • Third Heart Sound

  • Fourth Heart Sound

  • Systolic Ejection Clicks

  • Innocent Murmur

  • Mitral Regurgitation

  • Mitral Stenosis

  • Aortic Regurgitation

  • Aortic Stenosis

  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA Continuous Murmur)

  • Venous Hum

  • Tricuspid Regurgitation

  • Pericardial Rub


  • Breath Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal Vesicular

  • Crackles Fine

  • Crackles Coarse

  • Wheeze

  • Wheeze Rhoncus

  • Bronchial Lung

  • Pleural Rub

  • Bronchovesicular

  • Stridor


  • Bowel Sound Scenarios:
  • Normal 4 Year old

  • Normal 20 Year old

  • Normal 60 Year old

  • Chron’s Disease

  • Diarrhea

  • Irritable Bowel


  • Bruit Sound Scenarios:
  • Medium Bruit

SimScope WiFi The Hybrid Simulator

This student auscultation trainer along with the SimScope stethoscope simulates heart, lung, and bowel sounds utilizing a large sounds library.

Product Details

Catalog #: 718-3400

WiFi Model #: 718-3410

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