Category Archives: Amplified Stethoscopes

The Stethoscope Solution Audiologist can now offer Medical Professionals

NOTE: at the time this blog post was written, the Audiologists Choice Bluetooth Amplified Stethoscope demonstrated promise as a viable stethoscope solution for hearing instrument wearers; performance issues (see July 10, 2013 post) warranted the need to offer more reliable … Continue reading

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Interfacing Amplified Stethoscopes with Hearing Aids: New Thoughts

The E-Scope II is an amplified stethoscope that is available in a stand-alone version (i.e. for non-hearing instrument wearers) and in several modified models specifically designed to interface with hearing instruments. The modified versions of the E-Scope II will look exactly like the … Continue reading

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Up-to-date info on Amplified Stethoscopes

Medical professionals rely on auscultation to routinely examine the status of the circulatory, respiratory, and/or gastrointestinal systems. Auscultation is defined as listening to internal sounds of the body and represents an essential component in the delivery of health care services.  … Continue reading

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Amplified Stethoscopes & Hearing Instruments: What are the options?

What options are currently available to hearing instrument wearers who use a stethoscope? Removing hearing instruments prior to using a stethoscope is certainly an option although not necessarily the most ideal solution. In the absence of a commercially available Bluetooth … Continue reading

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