3M Littmann Stethoscope Classic – III Black Edition 5803
3M Littmann Stethoscope Classic – III ( Black Edition)
3M™ LITTMAN® (USA)
8 (1–10 scale)
Machined stainless steel
Lightweight, aircraft-grade, aluminum alloy
Diaphragm Details/ Diameter
Two tunable diaphragms 1.7″/4.3 cm, 1.4”/3.4cm
Love your stethoscope:
The compact and sensitive 3M™ Littmann® Classic III™ Monitoring Stethoscope is the perfect instrument for clinicians who monitor and assess children or adults in non-critical care environments. Manufactured with strong yet lightweight materials for hours of comfortable use.
Monitor and evaluate a wide range of patients
Detect normal and abnormal sounds and rhythms
Useful in noncritical care settings such as medical office, general ward, OB / GYN, outpatient clinic or emergency care
Fun and vibrant; match the color and finish with personality.
Designed for use with adults and pediatric patients
Tunable, double-sided stainless steel chest piece with open or closed bell
Non-chill bell sleeve for greater patient comfort
Soft-sealing ear tips provide optimal comfort and excellent sound occlusion
David Littmann, M.D. (July 28, 1906 – January 1, 1981) was a Harvard Medical School professor and researcher who was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts (to Ukrainian immigrants from Novogrod Wolyn aka Zwill Ukraine (formally the Russian Empire), Issac Litman and Sadie Zewat Litman). 1st Littmann is well-known in the medical sector for the patented Littmann Stethoscope, which is renowned for its auscultation acoustic performance.
Dr. David Littmann formed Cardiosonics, Inc. with Gus Machlup to sell his stethoscopes. The stethoscope line at the time consisted of two primary models: a doctor's stethoscope and a nurse's stethoscope.Dr. Tarek Loubani and a team of medical and technology experts used the patent-expired Littman Cardiology 3 stethoscope as the basis for a 3D-printed stethoscope created as part of the open source Glia project.