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Double Sided Stethoscope Portable Professional Cardiology Stethoscope Medical Equipment Nurse Doctor Stethoscope Equipo Medico

66.36 44.24

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SKU: 4001054584023
  • Brand Name: XceeFit
  • Origin: CN(Origin)
  • Model Number: Heart-lung Cardiology Stethoscope
  • name 1: cardiology stethoscope
  • name 2: heart lung stethoscope
  • name 3: professional stethoscope
  • name 4: Medical Equipment
  • name 5: Medical Device
  • name 6: double head stethoscope
  • name 7: double sided stethoscope

Feature:

Excellent acoustic effect: The stethoscope is equipped with high-quality medical TVC tube, matte texture zinc-nickel alloy chest film and high-sensitivity fiber membrane, which has good auscultation effect, even with polyester earplugs, and has excellent external noise reduction effect. It can be widely used for cardiovascular and respiratory auscultation in hospitals, clinics, schools or homes.

Material: Aluminum alloy hanger, zinc nickel alloy chest piece, medical PVC tube, polyester earplugs.

Size: 670mm

Pipe diameter: about 11mm (0.5 inch)

Weight: Approx.396g (With Packaging Box ).  

Package include:
1*Stethoscope, 2 pairs*Extra earplugs, 1*Rubber ring.      
ips for using your Stethoscope

Tips for using your Stethoscope properly

Align the headset

Before placing the eartips in your ears, make sure they point forward, away from you. (Figure A) This ensures that the eartubes will align with your ear canals for comfort and maximum sound transmission. Holding the headset in front of you with one eartube in each hand, pull the headset open and place the eartips into your ears. (Figure B)

If the fit isn’t comfortable, or acoustic performance is lacking, adjust the headset tension. All our stethoscopes feature adjustable headsets. Gently squeeze the eartubes together to increase headset tension; pull them apart to decrease tension.
   
 A. Proper Insertion                                                                            B. Correct Positioning  
Wearing the headset improperly, (eartips pointing backwards, for example, as in Figure C) can result in a poor acoustic seal and, in some cases, complete sound blockage.
 

   C. Incorrect Positioning