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Stethoscope, BSL
Part #: SS30L

The SS30L was developed to teach students the standard procedure for listening to heart sounds and Korotkoff sounds with a normal stethoscope and at the same time record sound data. A microphone in the stethoscope simultaneously records the sound the student is hearing, and the BSL software will display the soundwave during and after recording.

No calibration required, just select a Stethoscope Preset (Heart or Korotkoff Sounds).

 

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Part #: SS30L
Categories: Transducers - Education, Transducers - Research
Subcategories: General - Education, General - Research

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The SS30L can be used with the SS19L Blood Pressure Cuff to record Korotkoff sounds for easy determination of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. With this combination, it is easy to obtain very accurate and repeatable results—usually within 10% of those determined by direct measurement.

If ECG is also recorded, the timing of the heart sounds with the ECG can be correlated.

Note: For research applications, the SS17L Physiological Sounds Microphone may be a more versatile option.

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