Digital Telemedicine Stethoscopes


StethOne Stethoscope


OTOcam 300

Digital Stethoscopes

Whether you are listening to live heart or breath sounds, or collecting data for store and forward, GlobalMed has the digital stethoscope to meet your needs. Digital stethoscopes offer unparalleled sound quality with digital volume control and easy to use bell/diaphragm toggles which can be controlled by either end of the telemedicine consult.

Unsurpassed sound quality is the key to cardiology and pulmonology diagnostics. You can achieve this level of clarity and volume with any of the digitally enhanced electronic stethoscopes offered by GlobalMed.

Connectivity is made easy with GlobalMeds line of digital stethoscopes, whether you are using a software CODEC, hardware CODEC or simply saving recorded heart and breath sounds for later interpretation, we have a electronic stethoscope to meet your needs.



The TotalSteth™ stethoscope utilizes a USB connection to transmit auscultation data through the ClearSteth application.


ThinkLabs One

A small, powerful stethoscope that fits in the palm of your hand, amplifies over 100X, and uses audio headphones.


3M Littmann 3200

The Littmann Electronic Stethoscope is a state of the art unit that easily fits into workflow and a practitioners pocket. It vastly improves on sound assessment, especially when a body sound is faint.


All stethoscopes compatible with GlobalMed's ClearSteth Software.

Digital Stethoscopes with Uncompromising High QualitySound.

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GlobalMed is about as customized and individual as you can be. They go in and literally assess the need. What specialties do you need this technology for, whether it be a stroke or pediatrics or tele-dermatology, and then they customize the product to those needs.

Garfield JonesVice President of Sales, REACH Call

I can do everything but touch the patientI see a lot of the studies that say telemedicine is equivalent to being there. But, I actually think there is a case for saying at times telemedicine is better than being there.

Kathleen WebsterMD, Loyola University Health System