electronic stethoscope


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electronic stethoscope

A stethoscope equipped to amplify electronically sounds from the body.
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Thus it is clear that a heart waveform can tell about the disorders a person is suffering from, electronic stethoscope becomes a reliable tool that can be used easily by a doctor to detect various disorders.
DE2-70 Board features an audio CODEC using WM8731 chip running at low power and includes a high efficient headphone driver, which is very useful for the proposed electronic stethoscope project.
We've talked about robotic plush seals and rollabout carts equipped with videoconferencing capability and electronic stethoscopes, but a list of innovations would be lacking if we did not include robotic nurses.
The 3M Littmann Electronic Stethoscope Model 3200 cancels out, on average, 85 per cent of ambient background noise that can interfere with the auscultation experience, without eliminating critical body sounds.
Its amazing capacity to detect even the faintest of sounds comes from the following features:Proprietary Ambient Noise Reduction TechnologyThe 3Mao LittmannA Electronic Stethoscope Model 3200 cancels out, on average, 85% of ambient background noise that can interfere with the auscultation experience, without eliminating critical body sounds.
The development of an intelligent electronic stethoscope, Proceedings of 2008 IEEE/ASME International conf.
For example, Cardionics' E-Scope, which is an electronic stethoscope with an output that can be plugged into a computer for transmitting sound, features a lot of bells and whistles.
In response to international customer demand, HP now offers the recently introduced HP Stethos electronic stethoscope and its classic acoustical model, the HP Rappaport-Sprague stethoscope, for sale on the Web.
The IDM100 includes 3 and 12-lead ECG, electronic stethoscope, internal and external HD cameras, USB and Bluetooth connections.
For instance, an app that uses internal or external sensors to create an electronic stethoscope would be regulated as a medical device.
3M's Littmann Electronic Stethoscope Model 3200 is next-generation auscultation device featuring Bluetooth technology that wirelessly transfers heart, lung and other body sounds to software for further analysis.
A prison nurse, using a specially designed electronic stethoscope, examines the patient under Carl's supervision through a video-conferencing screen, while Carl, who has another stethoscope, can hear everything from the heart and lungs as if he was there.
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