Littmann Stethoscope

The Littmann® Electronic Stethoscope is a state of the art unit that easily fits into workflow and a practitioner’s pocket. It vastly improves on sound assessment, especially when a body sound is faint.

Faced with a noisy environment when conducting patient exams, the Littmann®Electronic Stethoscope, with proprietary Ambient Noise Reduction(ANR) technology, reduces on average 85% of unwanted background sounds. Due to its user-adjusted sound amplification, clinical evidence demonstrates it’s easier to detect difficult-to-hear heart sounds, like S3 gallops, aortic regurgitation murmurs as well as abnormal lung sounds. Captured sounds can be shared real-time, saved to medical records or reviewed online with colleagues using the onboard Bluetooth® technology.

Littmann Stethoscope

Features

Hear It.
State-of-the-art sound sensor with Proprietary Noise Reduction (ANR) technology reduces on average 85% of unwanted background noise and provides 24x sound amplification capability when sounds are soft.

Record it.
Capture a sound for later playback, for consults or when recording patient notes.

Send it.
Bluetooth® technology allows for transmitting sounds real-time to PCs, which can be further analyzed, attached to medical records or reviewed online with colleagues.

Integrate it.
Use available eNcounter Application Suite further enhance the auscultation process, which is helpful when a heart, lung or body sound is especially faint.

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Garfield JonesVice President of Sales, REACH Call

I can do everything but touch the patient…I see a lot of the studies that say telemedicine is equivalent to being there. But, I actually think there is a case for saying at times telemedicine is better than being there.

Kathleen WebsterMD, Loyola University Health System