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How Can the World’s Most Intelligent Stethoscope Help Your Practice?

Improving a 100-Year-Old Medical Device

Connor Landgraf, CEO, Eko Devices, introduces the Eko, which converts the analog stethoscope into a powerful digital tool. He explains 3 primary uses for the Eko:

1) Primary care physicians, residents, and medical students who frequently listen to patients’ heart sounds

2) Cardiologists who record their patients’ heart sounds and establish patterns over time

3) Physician assistants and telemedicine operations in situations where it is difficult for the patient to see a physician in person

The Eko will be able to display a streaming visualization of heart sound audio to better diagnose heart conditions and help physicians gain powerful insights and decision support for murmur detection.


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