The E-Scope (Electronic Stethoscope) Clinical Model allows medical professionals to auscultate with increased volume by amplifying sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope. The E-Scope is popular around the world in clinics, hospitals, research laboratories, and telemedicine settings. Additionally, the E-Scope can be paired with an accessory cord to broadcast sounds through speakers or other audio outputs.
What Is the E-Scope?
The E-Scope - Electronic Stethoscope - can amplify sounds up to 30 times louder than an acoustic scope. This allows the user to listen in a traditional way with increased volume.
The E-Scope is being used around the world in general clinical practice by hearing-impaired nurses and MDs for research purposes, to record patients for use in electronic medical records, and for telemedicine.
The E-Scope has a control filter switch which allows the user to concentrate on heart or breath sound frequencies within a specific range. The control buttons are conveniently located on the head of the stethoscope (pictured). Volume is also controlled on the head of the stethoscope. The E-Scope is designed to remain at the same volume setting each time you power on. There are 32 possible volume positions with the maximum output of 125 dB, undistorted.