Tagged: stethoscope

Teenage inventions that are changing the world we live in

Teenage-Inventors

While most of the teenagers out there are busy enjoying their life to the fullest, a small bunch of them are always putting their mind into overdrive for innovative solutions to problems the world is plagued with. They don’t tinker around with fancy gadgets or upbeat toys, rather they make gizmos that even a veteran would be proud of. These kids might look innocent but what’s churning up in their mind is for all to see. And what’s important is that they rejoice every moment invested in creating these game-changing innovations. So, Let’s see what these teenage prodigies are doing to change the world we live in, and will one day become the pioneering entrepreneurs that world will remember for a long time.
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Interview: Suman Mulumudi, creator of Steth IO iPhone case that doubles as a stethoscope

Steth IO by Suman Mulumudi

A few weeks back we showed you one of the most innovative technology by a teenager that uses iPhone as a stethoscope. The Steth IO case for smartphone, developed by Suman Mulumudi who unearthed the hidden capability of iPhone’s microphone to detect heart beats very precisely, can even better a stethoscope. So we had to get an interview done with this ingenious kid who is on the course of making the most tech savvy stethoscope that you could ever imagine of. A stethoscope that is actually your iPhone case. So read on for what Suman had to say about our inquisitive queries and you’ll surely be amazed by his intellect.

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ViScope MD visual stethoscope boasts of murmur detection indicator

ViScope MD visual stethoscope

A few days ago, we talked about the MAP bed monitoring system tailored to medical facilities. And now the thriving realm of medical science has yet another progressive entry in the form of ViScope MD, a state-of-the-art stethoscope from HD Medical. To be unveiled in the upcoming Arab Health exposition, the stethoscope showcases an integrated high resolution phonocardiogram (PCG) visual display. This advanced scope of display also boasts of the world’s first murmur detection indicator. So what does it entail for us common folk? Well, the device’s capability will allow doctors and medical professionals to perform what is known as dynamic auscultation. In simpler terms, they can visually perceive the heart murmurs in the form of gauged wave-forms, thus giving them the opportunity to quickly screen out heart related anomalies and ailments.

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