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Amplified Stethoscope

Larry G. Martin martin at minot.com
Sun Feb 6 19:46:25 EST 2000

Seems to me that there has been several publications on this subject. I
remember reviewing this literature back in my grad studies in the 80's
(sorry long term memory not as good as it used to be). I would think if you
talked with Jim Curran the audiologist at Starkey he may be able to steer
you in the right direction.
Larry G. Martin, MA, CCC-A
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Date: Sunday, February 06, 2000 11:10 AM
Subject: Re: Amplified Stethoscope

>Has anyone ever seen a description or analysis of the sounds typically
>listened to via a stethoscope?  What is the frequency content and intensity
>of these sounds?  I am often at a loss in counselling physicians and nurses
>about how their particular hearing losses interact with the sounds they
>typically must listen to and use for diagnostic purposes.  Wonder about
>as a liability issue also - when do we inform  health practitioner that
>their losses, certain stethoscope tasks should not be performed for the
>safety of the patient?  Angela Loavenbruck


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