3M™ Littmann® stethoscopes are an exceptional series of instruments used by millions of medical professionals around the globe. Stethoscopes have a crucial role not only during examinations - they give off a good first impression, too. A stethoscope around the neck of a medical professional provides the patient with a feeling of safety, as the stethoscope is one of the most basic as well as the most essential diagnostic instruments.
Each Littmann stethoscope is conditioned by the leading innovation design principle that implies the highest quality materials handled with the cutting-edge precision and highly consistent level of quality the other brands cannot replicate.
Numerous innovations such as the adjustable diaphragm, noise reduction technology and Bluetooth connectivity have expanded and upgraded the purpose and capabilities of Littmann stethoscopes beyond all expectations. Littmann stethoscopes are now a world-acclaimed standard according to which the other brands get graded by. Shortly put - Littmann has offered, offers and will continue to offer only the best acoustics, innovative design and excellent performance.
Gray earplugs included in the price.
The tubing is conveniently easy to replace. Simply pull out the chestpiece metal tube from an old tubing and replace with the new one.
Click here if you wish to purchase a new Littmann stethoscope Classic II, Pediatric, Infant, Select or Lightweight II.
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Littmann Cardiology III Stethoscope : Rose-Pink 3164: Rose-Pink 3164
- Apply light to firm pressure, and switch easily between low and high frequency sounds with 3M’s ‘Tunable Technology’.
- Assess both adult and paediatric patients with the double-sided large/small chestpiece.
- Reverse side transforms easily into a traditional open bell with the supplied adapter for maximum versatility.
- The superior transmission and insulation of sound from the double lumen tubing (two tubes in one) also eliminates “rubbing noise”.
- Optimal sound transmission from the comfortably positioned, anatomically designed headset.
- Reliably flex the durable latex free tubing up to one million times.
- Use Littmann’s large range of chestpiece finishes and tubing colours to compliment your personal style.
- Used as a key diagnostic aid during the physical assessment of a patient.
- Free repair on any manufacturing or material defects included in the 3 year warranty.
- 9 out of 10 Littmann performance rating.
- Rose-Pink Tubing (27”/68.5cm)
- Brand: Littmann Cardiology III Stethoscope
- User Group: Cardiologists, Child Specialists, General Practitioners, Medical Students, Respiratory Specialist, Critical Care Nurse
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Replace Stethoscope Tubing
So, you’ve been using your stethoscope for a pretty long time and it has served you well. But just like any other tool, it can get damaged, or at least some parts of it.
One of such parts is the stethoscope tubing.
The stethoscope tubing is the soft flexible part of the stethoscope which maintains and carries the frequency transmitted from the diaphragm or bell to the eartips, which allows the user to listen to sound from the patient.
There are single tube stethoscopes, as well as dual lumen stethoscopes, it all depends on the model. They are connected to the metal ear tubes and are responsible for the transmission of sound.
A dual lumen design tubing is the most preferred, because it is partitioned to the left and right hemispheres which make the sound coming from the diaphragm or bell more accurate.
So, what do you do when your stethoscope tubing is damaged? You replace it of course!
In this article, we will be looking at damaged stethoscope tubing and how to replace it.
Why does tubing crack?
There are several causes for cracks in stethoscope tubing. Let’s take a look at them one by one.
You overwipe it
One of the major reason your stethoscope tubing will crack is because you wipe it too much with rubbing alcohol.
You can use your hands as an example, you know how it cracks when you wash it more times than required, that’s the same way a stethoscope tubing will crack when you wipe it too often.
The alcohol, which is a major part of the cleaning agent, slowly eats away at the rubber tubing. Over time, the rubber will become weakened and it will start to crack.
As a rule of thumb, I recommend you use “Armor All” when you clean your stethoscope. Use it once a month.
You wear it around your neck
This seems like a norm with many medical workers. Hanging your stethoscope over your neck seems like the most comfortable way to carry it, but it also leads to cracks in the tubing.
You may wonder how wearing your stethoscope around your neck will lead to cracks? Well your skin produces oil, and the oil from your neck has detrimental effects to your stethoscope tubing.
To avoid this, it is best you keep your stethoscope in your front pocket. I know, I know, keeping a stethoscope in your front pocket doesn’t make you look cool, but it will keep your stethoscope in good shape.
How To Prevent Your Tubing From Cracking
As I have mentioned earlier, oils from your skin can cause cracks in your tubing. So if you must wear it around your neck, be sure it is placed under your collar. Other than that you have to keep it in your pocket.
Also, do not use rubbing alcohol on it too often. Excessive use of rubbing alcohol leads to cracks.
Lastly, you can use rubber protectant to treat the tubing once in a month. Rubber protectant is commonly used on car dashboards to keep them strong and good looking. This will also work for your stethoscope’s rubber tubing.
In an event where your stethoscope tubing is cracked, it only means you have to replace it. Not doing this will mean you won’t get the best out of your stethoscope, in terms of looks, and most importantly, functionality!
To replace a cracked tubing, you can go out and buy a new tubing that is compatible with your stethoscope. Cost of a new tubing will depend on the brand or model of your stethoscope. It usually costs between $20 to $200
If the brand of stethoscope you use offers free parts replacement, then that’s a plus for you. You just have to get in touch with their customer support and request for a replacement.
How to replace tubing
Follow these steps to replace your tubing –
Buy a new tubing – First thing you need to do when your stethoscope tubing gets cracked is to buy another one (unless you have free parts replacement offers). As I mentioned before, prices will vary according to the stethoscope you use.
Remove the old tubing – Next step is to take out the old tubing. You do this by twisting the tubing from the binaurals and the diaphragm.
If the tubing is old and dry, then this will not be possible. In this case, you have to cut away the old tubing and use a clean rag soaked in rubbing alcohol to remove the remnants of the tubing from both the binaural and diaphragm.
Replace with the new tubing – Gently twist the new tubing on both the binaural and the diaphragm. Once you have done this, your stethoscope will be as good as new.
Some manufacturers include binaurals with new tubes, but this will be significantly more expensive than just the tube itself.
Best Stethoscope Replacement Tubing
I’d like to take a look at some of the best replacement tubing you can find in the market. One of them is the 3M Littmann replacement for Cardiology III & Cardiology II.
Another great replacement option is the Reliance Medical tubing. It also fits the Littmann Cardiology III, but will not fit the Littmann Master class 2.
The size of the Reliance Medical replacement tube is 2mm. From the top of the binaural to the bottom of the tubing is approximately 25 inches.
They can not be cut to length, they are made to the standard length of the model. It is a dual lumen, so keep this in mind – cutting it will only damage it and it will be completely useless.
The replacement tube by MohnLabs is also a great option. It fits all dual head cardiology stethoscopes.
The tubing is made of non latex materials and it gives excellent sound transmission.
It comes with stainless steel binaurals that are angled at 15 degrees.
I hope this article on how to replace stethoscope tubing has been helpful.
Proper maintenance is key to getting the best out of your stethoscope tubing.
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3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope Binaurals(Tubing Assembly) for Master Cardiology™ , Cardiology IV, Cardiology III™ , Cardiology II S.E. and Cardiology S.T.C. Stethoscopes, with Eartips, 27 inch*
(27" is the total length from eartips through the chestpiece once assembled)
Tubing assembly for all Littmann Cardiology models of stethoscopes. This includes: Cardiology II, Cardiology III, Cardiology IV, Master Cardiology, and Cardiology STC.
Tubing Assembly Includes:
- Littmann Eartips
* This item is the tubing assembly only. It is not a complete stethoscope
Just remove the old tubing from your stethoscope and push chestpiece into new tubing assembly!
** PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BURGUNDY TUBING ENGRAVING IS A BROWNISH SHADE. IT DOES NOT SHOW UP WELL.
Protect your investment
Redding Medical offers several forms of engraving for ease of identification if lost or stolen. We offer engraving on most stethoscopes; such as Littmann, Welch Allyn, ADC, Ultrascopes, etc. We use a Yag laser for permanent, computerized engraving for a professional appearance. You may choose from laser engraving on the stethoscope tubing or on the chestpiece.
Redding Medical engraves throughout each day, so there is no delay to your order. Orders received by 2pm Eastern Time are usually shipped the same day. We offer several font choices. The engraving process does not affect the warranty on your stethoscope. You may choose the engraving option at the time of ordering.
Engraved items are not returnable.
Font choices are:
Please note that the color of the laser engraving is determined by the lasering of the tubing. It is not painted and does not rub off. The engraving results in a goldish-colored text. The color of gold may vary with the color of the stethoscope tubing. On the chocolate and burgundy tubing assemblies, the engraving is a black/brown shade and is not very visible.
Late in 2015, 3M released their spares range in a handy new kit format. Combining diaphragms, rims and ear tips in one pack. The Littmann Cardiology III Spare Parts Kit is a cost-effective and convenient way of replacing worn-out stethoscope parts.
To learn how to safely swap to your Littmann Cardiology III spare parts, read our guide and watch our video below.
Replacing Littmann Cardiology III Ear Tips
To remove the original ear tips from you Littmann Cardiology III Stethoscope, simply grip the metal tubing in one hand and pull firmly on the earpiece until it pops off.
To replace the ear tips, reverse the process. Line the earpiece up, with the thin end against the tubing, and push until it snaps on over all three ridges. These ridges form the tight acoustic seal that helps to give Littmann stethoscopes their exceptional sound transmission qualities.
Replacing Littmann Cardiology III Diaphragms
There are two diaphragms on the Littmann Cardiology III stethoscope. Both the adult and paediatric diaphragms are replaced in the same way.
When removing the diaphragm, it is important to remember that it is actually in two parts, the diaphragm and rim.
The first part to come off is always the rim. Roll one side of it down, pushing out and towards the middle of the chest piece. The rest of the rim should then come off easily.
Once the rim has been removed, the diaphragm can be gently levered out with your nail.
If your rim and diaphragm are attached in your spare parts kit, push them apart as it is easier to fit them separately. First, place the diaphragm on the stethoscope so that it is covering the edges of the chest piece.
Fit the rim, starting from one side and pushing it into place around the edge of the chest piece and diaphragm. You should hear a soft click when it is fully, and correctly, fitted. If you need to stretch the rim a little, this won’t damage it but be careful not to use too much force when doing so.
Once the rim has been fit to the stethoscope, make sure that it isn’t trapping any of the flange of the diaphragm as this will reduce the acoustic sensitivity.
Upgrading Your Littmann Cardiology III
In March 2016, the exceptional Littmann Cardiology IV stethoscope was released. Featuring huge improvements to the materials used, the Cardiology IV is more durable and more acoustically sensitive than the Cardiology III.
In older models of Littmann stethoscope, the tubing could become cracked if it was exposed to the skin for too long. By contrast the tubing on the Cardiology IV is made of a rubber latex free material which is highly resistant to skin oils. This dramatically increases the lifespan of the stethoscope.
The diaphragm and rim have been simplified and are now a single-piece diaphragm. This has lead to improved acoustic sensitivity and, as a side effect, much improved infection control. This is due the there being fewer places for pathogens to hide and cleaning being so simple.
If you have had your Cardiology III stethoscope for a long time and want to upgrade or your current stethoscope has become damaged, have a look at the Cardiology IV range here or get in touch to enquire.
How to Fit Littmann Cardiology III Spare Parts – Video Guide
See the video below, produced by Medisave, for a demonstration of how to replace the parts of your Littmann Cardiology III stethoscope.
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