phonendoscope


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phonendoscope

(fəˈnɛndəˌskəʊp)
n
(Medicine) an instrument that amplifies small sounds, esp within the human body
[C20: from phono- + endo- + -scope]
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The heart and respiratory rates were measured with the aid of a phonendoscope over a one-minute period, while temperatures were measured using a clinical digital thermometer according to Pugh [12].
The invention of the Phonendoscope in 1894 by Florentines Eugenio Bazzi and Aurelio Bianchi, led to the introduction of a stethoscope bell with a flatter profile (3,4).
for ECG 57x18x12, "polyglycolide PMV90R27229 cop / 1 1 / 240mm 0.99", "polyglycolide PMV75R2833 cop / 1 1 / 248mm 1,08mm", Rubber pear, Phonendoscope d / newborn, Gel for ultrasound, Monofilament of polypropylene blue 4/0, 90cm, count / 2, 1/2, 17mm, No.