Littmann Master Cardiology Stethoscope Tubing. Compatible Replacement Tube by CardioTubes fits Littmann (r) MasterCardiologyI (r) and Littmann (r) Cardiology III (r) Stethoscopes – 7mm Binaurals Dark Burgundy TUBING 4.2. (Stethoscope Binaural) Replacement Tube by Reliance Medical fits Littmann® Classic II SE Stethoscope – TUBING (ALL BLACK (BLACK EDITION)) 4.5 (900) $1990 – $1995.
The Littmann Master Cardiology Stethoscope Tubing is an advanced medical instrument designed to detect and diagnose heart and lung problems. It is one of the most popular stethoscopes on the market, used by doctors and other medical professionals around the world. The tubing is a critical component of the stethoscope, made from sensitive and durable materials, and it is responsible for amplifying and transmitting sound.
The tubing is made from a combination of a flexible, resistant plastic, called teflon, and a rubber-like material, called latex. This particular mixture provides the stethoscope with a combination of excellent acoustic properties, flexibility and durability. The tubing is available in a variety of colors, including black, navy blue, and hunter green.
The tubing has two tubes, an inner tube and an outer tube. The inner tube is connected to the diaphragm of the stethoscope and is responsible for transmitting sound from the patient. The outer tube is connected to the chest piece and is responsible for amplifying the sound. The length of the tubing is designed to ensure that the chest piece can be placed close to the patient, allowing for optimal sound transmission.
The tubing is designed to be comfortable and secure, providing a tight seal around the ear. The tubing is also designed to be long-lasting, resistant to damage and wear and tear. The tubing is also designed to be non-allergenic and has been tested for its ability to withstand high temperatures and humidity levels.
The Littmann Master Cardiology stethoscope tubing is designed to be easy to replace and maintain. The tubing should be replaced every two to three years, or when it begins to show signs of wear and tear. Replacing the tubing is relatively simple and should only take a few minutes.
To replace the tubing, the first step is to remove the old tubing. Start by unscrewing the two screws located at the base of the chest piece. Once the screws have been removed, slide the tubing away from the chest piece and discard it. To install the new tubing, slide the inner tube of the new tubing into the chest piece, and then slide the outer tube over the inner tube. Once the new tubing is in place, secure it with the two screws.
The Littmann Master Cardiology Stethoscope Tubing is an essential component of the stethoscope, and it is responsible for transmitting and amplifying sound. The tubing is made from a combination of materials that provide it with excellent acoustic properties, flexibility and durability. The tubing is designed to be comfortable and secure, and it should be replaced every two to three years. Replacing the tubing is relatively simple and should only take a few minutes.
Disecting and Replacing a Littmann Master Cardiology Tubing / cuting open the original
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