HD Medical to showcase groundbreaking visual stethoscope at Arab Health exposition

At the upcoming Arab Health exposition in the Australian Pavilion Stand 2H13, HD Medical, Inc. will demonstrate its groundbreaking visual stethoscope ViScope MD™ featuring the world's first murmur detection capability. This revolutionary stethoscope offers a unique integrated visual display that lets medical professionals perform dynamic auscultation™ and "see" the heart sounds they hear in real-time visual waveforms. The ViScope MD visual display is complemented by superior high fidelity sound quality for unmatched clarity. HD Medical has invested over a decade refining its proprietary noise reduction technology.

ViScope MD records patient heart sounds for 10 seconds and displays a basic 'MURMUR/NO MURMUR' interpretation making the scope an ideal screening tool. The scope's heart sound recordings can be transferred to a PC configured with the ViScope MD bundled software to access a tunable filter that provides the ability to select specific parts of the heart sound to listen to, such as S1/S2, S3/S4, murmurs, etc.

"Our visual stethoscopes are uniquely capable of addressing today's evidence based medical environment," states Arvind Thiagarajan, the company's Founder and Chief Inventor. "ViScope and ViScope MD are the industry's first stethoscopes that enable documentation of heart data which can be used for patient reporting and analysis as well as information sharing or for use in teaching situations."

ViScope MD with murmur detection is sold in India from the website and through HD Medical's network of resellers. ViScope without murmur detection has been awarded the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510 (K) clearance and is undergoing certification for CE compliance. ViScope is sold from the website and through HD Medical's network of resellers in the USA.

See HD Medical at Arab Health Stand 2H13, Australian Pavilion
27-30 January 2014
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Dubai, UAE

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HD Medical, Inc.

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