Help! NEED STETHOSCOPE ASAP! - pg.2 | allnurses


Hi, So this spring semester I will be starting clinicals for the first time and I'm SOOO anxious, nervous, and a little bit of everything else about the whole experience. Therefore, its only right... Read More

  1. Visit  elkpark profile page
    #13 1
    My school specifically advised us to get the cheapest stethoscope we could find -- that would meet our student needs just fine and, as already noted, students aren't making any life-or-death decisions about anyone based on their heart, breath, or bowel sounds. Plus, a really nice stethoscope used to be a traditional graduation gift for nursing school graduates -- if you've already spent a lot of money on a fancy stethoscope, what's your family supposed to get you for graduation??
    Last edit by elkpark on Sep 23, '15
  2. Visit  applesxoranges profile page
    #14 0
    I liked my lightweight but it fell out of my bag in an ambulance. I didn't mind my classic II SE but I retired it in favor of my cardiology III when I became triage medic in an ER. I purchased a master cardiology in celebration of passing my first MSN class but I don't know if I will like it as much. I am curious about the peds adapter and whether I will prefer the cardiology III.