Our cardiophon 2.0 stethoscope has been specifically developed for cardiology helping you to perform auscultations of the heart.
Auscultations of the heart
A stethoscope can be used to listen to the sounds the heart make as it contracts and relaxes. By listening to various locations within the area of the heart, a doctor can identify abnormalities such as murmurs, clicks or any irregular patterns. For a healthy adult, two sounds are expected from a heartbeat: a "lub" and a "dub", forming the familiar "lub-dub" sequence.
Features – cardiophon 2.0
Specifically developed for cardiology and auscultation of the heart.
cardiophon 2.0 focuses on the frequency range 200 – 500 Hz which is important for the auscultation of the heart.
Anatomically designed headset ensures that the binaural are easily positioned in the user’s ear canal.
Soft, pivotable and replaceable ear-tips provide comfort, occlude sound and reduce noise from in-ear friction.1
The Y-tube has separate sound-conducting pathways to the left and right ear, which allows you to hear the subtle characteristics of heart sounds and murmurs more distinctly.
The spring is integrated into the PVC tubing which is easier to clean and more robust.2
A marking shows the user which side of the chest piece is open (membrane or bell).
Includes one pair of replacement ear-tips, a replacement membrane and a name plate.
Ø 44 mm (1.73 in)
Ø 32 mm (1.26 in)
71 cm (27.95 in)
204 g / 0.45 lb
Black, Blue, Burgundy
cardiophon 2.0, stainless steel, black
cardiophon 2.0, stainless steel, blue
cardiophon 2.0, stainless steel, burgundy
Binaural with ear-tips and tube, latex-free
cardiophon 2.0 integrated spring, twin-channel tube, black
cardiophon 2.0 integrated spring, twin-channel tube, blue
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Compared to fixed ear-tips
Compared to duplex®