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Over the past two centuries, progressively longer tubing has been incorporated into stethoscopes, resulting in even greater distancing, both literal and metaphorical.
Then Northam, a pediatrician, pulled out his stethoscope and ducked into a trailer to see a patient.
In 1987, stethoscope-like headphones cost $2 each, according to Foss.
The costume—a cross between a nurse and Catwoman, with a cherry-red stethoscope tied tight around Bubble’s neck like a choker—was created with Japanese latex artist Atsuko Kudo, whose design gives Rihanna a smooth, Barbie silhouette.
Billy Eichner put down the microphone and picked up a stethoscope for his role on Friends from College – but what other prep work did the comedian do for his turn as a doctor?
Steady progress toward therapeutic innovation is positioned squarely alongside a veneration of tradition—the ceremonial white coat, the totemic stethoscope, the solemn and temperate Hippocratic oath.
People turned to using belts, clothing and stethoscopes as tourniquets.
In hospitals, the chips could help track everything from patient gurneys to syringes and stethoscopes.
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Origin and Etymology of stethoscope
First Known Use: 1820See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of stethoscope
stethoscopic\ˌsteth-ə-ˈskäp-ik also ˌstet͟h-\ adjective
stethoscopicallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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