OTHER WORDS FROM stethoscopesteth·o·scoped, adjectiveste·thos·co·pist [ste-thos-kuh-pist], /stɛˈθɒs kə pɪst/, nounste·thos·co·py [ste-thos-kuh-pee, steth-uh-skoh-], /stɛˈθɒs kə pi, ˈstɛθ əˌskoʊ-/, nounun·steth·o·scoped, adjective
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How to use stethoscope in a sentence
He lost his stethoscope somewhere in the house — a familiar weight that sat on his neck for two decades.Burned out by the pandemic, 3 in 10 health-care workers consider leaving the profession|William Wan|April 22, 2021|Washington Post
Now imagine digitally connected devices like electronic stethoscopes and telemetry-capable electrocardiographs that could transmit data on a patient’s heartbeat, respiration, and blood-oxygen levels.
The stethoscope might track it by the half-minute, but the provider might want that information by the minute.
Right now there are no standards for cataloguing something as simple as a heartbeat recorded via a digital stethoscope.
Instead of carrying a stethoscope, though, he carried a gun.
An Army doctor stepped over with a stethoscope and chastened the firing squad when he determined that the heart was still beating.
A smiling, wise-looking Black man with a stethoscope around his neck stared out from the cover.Ben Carson Was a Role Model for Black Teens Until He Sold Out to the Right|Joshua DuBois|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A medic standing close to her wore both a stethoscope and a gas mask around her neck—she seemed to be in shock.
On a table in front of her sat a stethoscope, a notepad and a small flashlight.Winter, Food Shortages, Descend on Syria’s Refugees|Mike Giglio|January 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The puffs can be clearly heard with a stethoscope over the region of the stomach, and nowhere else.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Placing a stethoscope over the region of the heart, he listened for a few seconds.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3)|Charles James Wills
At his right hand was a small table, on which stood a glass of milk, a phial, a stethoscope.The Double Four|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Chief Pasteur walked over to where Mellon lay and took his stethoscope out of his little black bag.Unwise Child|Gordon Randall Garrett
He could still hear Doc's words whistling through his teeth and feel the coldness of the stethoscope on his chest.The Memory of Mars|Raymond F. Jones
British Dictionary definitions for stethoscope
Derived forms of stethoscopestethoscopic (ˌstɛθəˈskɒpɪk), adjectivestethoscopy (stɛˈθɒskəpɪ), noun
Word Origin for stethoscope
Medical definitions for stethoscope
Other words from stethoscopesteth′o•scop′ic (-skŏp′ĭk) adj.ste•thos′co•py (stĕ-thŏs′kə-pē) n.
Cultural definitions for stethoscope
An instrument used in listening to internal body sounds. Most familiarly, physicians and nurses use it to listen to heart sounds.