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There is one clinical trial.
Auscul-X a touch free digital stethoscope will permit physical distancing of healthcare providers while maintaining the ability to auscultate patients from a safe distance (over 10 feet away)
Description: To determine the feasibility of implementing Auscul-X in the critical/intensive care environment (ICCU and CSICU).Measure: Feasibility and use of Auscul-X for listening to heart and lung sounds will be assessed by ICU clinicians to determine Auscul-X is at least equivalent to a digital stethoscope using a Likert scale for comparison. Time: up to 1 Year
Description: Determine if the quality of the real-time heart and lung sounds (Likert scale) for the Auscul-X will be similar to the conventional stethoscope and digital electronic stethoscope in the ICCU and CSICU (Appendix A). Determine if the acoustic recordings taken as part of Phase II for the Auscul-X and conventional electronic stethoscope are similar (as evaluated by independent blinded cardiologists and respirologists using a Likert scale for acoustic and diagnostic quality (Appendix B)). Determine if the acoustic recordings for the Auscul-X and conventional electronic stethoscope provide similar signal quality using objective acoustic metrics (e.g. signal to noise ratios, etc.) (Phase II only)Measure: The measurement for acoustic quality in high risk settings determined as clarity and loudness by means of a Likert scale for comparison of Auscul-X and digital stethoscopes by clinicians. Time: up to 1 year
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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