Titanium is 45% lighter than stainless steel and has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element. This is why brilliant engineers use it in race cars, space shuttles, and now stethoscopes.
Constructed from lightweight titanium, the MDF® ProCardial® Titanium Stethoscope delivers accurate auscultation of heart, lung, and Korotkoff sounds with acoustic integrity and clarity. Compared to its 9.6oz stainless steel counterpart, our titanium ProCardial® weighs in at only 4.9oz. Imagine what that feels like over a 12 hour shift. With its extra-deep, cone-shaped bell and ultrasensitive diaphragm, this cardiology stethoscope detects the entire frequency range required by cardiologists.
The ProCardial® provides flexibility in assessment, quickly converting to an adult, pediatric (797DDT) or infant (797CCT) stethoscope with its patented screw-on convertible chestpiece.
Take the guesswork out of auscultation with our True Bell & True Diaphragm dual-head chestpiece. The bell side focuses on low frequency sounds (20Hz-100Hz) while the Ultra-sensitive Diaphragm handles high frequencies (100Hz-1000Hz).
With our patented Titanium SoundTight™ Glide-Lock-System™ (GLS), we’ve minimized sound loss of this crucial indexing mechanism. Simply push, turn, and the GLS will lock itself into place.
Sound as a Bell
Our deeper, cone-shaped bell amasses specific low frequency heart sounds, which can often be difficult to distinguish.
We took the engineering principles used in concert halls and applied it to our stethoscopes. Flat walls create echoes which is why deeply cut baffles are used to reduce sound wave refraction.