Dual Head Stethoscopes
Dual head stethoscopes are the most common amongst health professionals and usually have a diaphragm side and a cardiac bell side. The tension of the diaphragm is used for picking up higher frequency sounds while the bell is used for auscultating sounds of a lower frequency. The Riverstone Medical Clinical Assessment SeriesTM stethoscopes have a tuneable floating diaphragm. This is a unique and innovative advancement in stethoscope diaphragms that allows any professional to assess both high and low pitch sounds with the diaphragm by alternating the amount of pressure placed on the chestpiece.
Featuring brushed stainless steel these quality stethoscopes are designed for unbeatable superior performance in all areas of clinical practice.