As human physical body, the stethoscope do also have its own anatomical part. Now, I want to introduce it to you one by one. This is the first part of it. Wait for my next post on the second part of it.
The first part that I want to introduce is the metal element of the Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope where the tubing is placed in. This part is called as headset. It is made up of bi-ear tubes, elastic springs as well as two ear tips. The headset has been built in such a way that the angle can placed correctly into the wearers’ ears. However, we can alter the degree of the elasticity to satisfy our need and ease either by dragging the ear tubes away to slacken the headset or crossing them over to make it tighter.
The Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope is also occupied with a shatter-taut spongy-fastening ear tips. These features make it more contented to wear, stick and sturdiness, and characteristic a portico performance that augments face lubricity and lessens down and dirt bond. Shatter-taut spongy-fasten ear tips are obtainable in minute and big magnitudes in black or grey colors. The Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope come together with an additional set of spongy-fasten ear tips bonus a couple of solid grey ear tips. The hard ear tips are accessible in tiny and big magnitude, grey color.
The area of where the ear tips are fitted in is called as ear tube. The Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope is fixed with a ridged ear tube. Important Reminder: The entire Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope produced subsequent to the year of 1994 is fixed with a ridged ear tube that provides a “shatter-taut” glued flanked by the ear tube and ear tips.
Littmann Lightweight II SE Stethoscope