Stethoscopes

The stethoscope is an acoustic medical device used to listen to a patient's chest cavity, heart, and pulse. During this non-invasive examination doctors are mostly listening for congestion in the lungs and arrhythmia. Stethoscopes range in price form as little as $14 to more than $200.

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Medical Devices
The 3M™ Littmann® Electronic Stethoscope Model 3100 delivers both exceptional sound quality and a simple-to-operate user interface. With these sound and usability improvements, you might never go back to your old stethoscope.
This package is the complete solution - everything you need to use Thinklabs ds32a Digital Stethoscope to capture sounds on the Apple iPod Touch, using Thinklabs Stethoscope App. Simply attach the Belkin TuneTalk to your iPod Touch and use the supplied connecting cable to connect your ds32a. iTunes Gift Cards allow you to download the Stethoscope App without having to make additional payments on iTunes App Store.
With its excellent sound quality, the Welch Allyn Elite helps you to hear more of the sounds you need to hear and less of what you don't.