Using Electronic Stethoscope For Auscultation
The digital stethoscope is bluetooth connection between the stethoscope and earphone, the software on the computer or tablet can show the remaining power of the stethoscope and earphone respectively, so you can easily judge if the device need power charge.
The doctor hold the stethoscope and wear the earphone on head, once the devices are turned on, doctor can hear the sound through the earphone by placing the stethoscope on the lung or heart positions.
The background noise sound could be dramatically removed, the breathe and heartbeat sound could be clearly heard via earphone, and can be replayed in the software.
This stethoscope can listen to the breathe sound on back, even a healthy people with very smooth breathe, the sound can still be recorded clearly.
The sound could be replayed and removed if you think it is not clear enough, and this sound file can be sent by email either.
|Total Harmonic Distortion||< 1.5%|
|Noise reduction||Enable or Disable，DSP technology|
|Sensor type||Capacitive sensor|
|Working mode||Real time, record and play|
|Local storage||1 pcs of heart sound , 6 pcs of lung sound, 15 seconds for each file|
|Connection||Mirco USB, 3.5mm earphone|
|Sound adjustment||10 grade levels, 3dB for each grade|
|Power||DC 5V, 500mA|
|Battery||Lithium battery @ 600mA|
|Accessories||Blue tooth earphone|
This electronic stethoscope is commonly used in D105 and D100, It is efficient, convenient and accurate.
The stethoscope recording could realize the sound without obvious reduction, the effect is like traditional stethoscope, clear and without too much noise.
Sound of heart
Sound of lung
- Note: The Sound Attenuation is the essential performance.
- Note: Patient with cardiac pacemaker should be operated by the advise of the doctors.
There are two kinds of auscultation modes (heart sound mode, lung sound mode), simply press the button of heart(Orange light) or lung(Blue light) on the stethoscope.
The volume of the auscultation signal could be adjusted by the knob on the stethoscope.