Clinical E-Scope



 

The E-Scope, Electronic Stethoscope can amplify sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope. This allows the user to listen in a traditional way with increased volume.

 

The E-Scope is being use around the world in general clinical practice, by hearing impaired nurses and MDs, for research purposes, to record patients for use in electronic medical records, and for telemedicine.

 

The E-Scope has a control filter switch which allows the user to concentrate on heart or breath sound frequencies within a specific range. The control buttons are conveniently located on the head of the stethoscope (pictured). Volume is also controlled on the head of the stethoscope. The E-Scope is designed to remain at the same volume setting each time you power on. There are 32 possible volume positions with the maximum output of 125 dB, undistorted.

 

  • Features
  • Battery operated- Powered by a single “AAA” battery which will last about 4-6 months with regular use.
    The E-Scope has an automatic timer which will power off to conserve the battery.

  • Customer Service– Backed by world-class customer service; our E-Scope team will answer your technical questions and provide service when needed.

  • USB-style side output jack- Used for accessories including headphones for a second listener or connecting cables to a pc for recording purposes in electronic medical records and Telemedicine.

  • Specialist Adult Diaphragm- Stainless-steel diaphragm produces 50% greater sound sensitivity, a more comfortable feel, and allows listener to use the split-finger technique. (supplied with E-Scope)

  • Accessory pack included– A zippered carry case is included which contains a pediatric diaphragm, plastic adult diaphragm, pediatric and infant bells, and your choice of ear tips

 


Clinical E-Scope

The E-Scope, Electronic Stethoscope can amplify sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope.

Product Details

Catalog #: 718-7700



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