Puresona® Single-Use Diaphragms

SKU: MDF480-015

$27.99
Single-Use Hygienic Stethoscope Diaphragms.

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MORE HYGIENIC. BETTER SOUND.

Our Ultimate Diaphragm

Clean and Clear - PureSona™ is our best performing, and also most hygienic diaphragm yet. Gain up to 5 decibels of volume on your current stethoscope (28% louder) simply by changing your diaphragm.1 Replace effortlessly in between patients to proactively reduce cross contamination and infection. 2-3

BETTER SOUND

Easy Listening

The PureSona™ Diaphragm provides up to a 28% decrease in sound loss to allow practitioners to more clearly discern difficult auscultations.

MORE HYGIENIC. BETTER SOUND.

Our Ultimate Diaphragm

Clean and Clear - PureSona™ is our best performing, and also most hygienic diaphragm yet. Gain up to 5 decibels of volume on your current stethoscope (28% louder) simply by changing your diaphragm.1 Replace effortlessly in between patients to proactively reduce cross contamination and infection.2-3

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BETTER SOUND

Easy Listening

The PureSona™ Diaphragm provides up to a 28% decrease in sound loss to allow practitioners to more clearly discern difficult auscultations.

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PREVENT CROSS CONTAMINATION

Contamination Occurs

According to Mayo Clinic Proceedings it has long been known that the diaphragms and bells of stethoscopes randomly sampled in a health care setting, such as a hospital, are almost universally contaminated by potential nosocomial pathogens, most often staphylococci MRSA up to 32% of the time.4-7

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Sound Judgement

EASILY REPLACED

Protect From Pathogens

Instead of constantly cleaning your stethoscope simply remove the PureSona™ diaphragm and replace with a new one. Multiple studies show that the number of medical practitioners who clean their stethoscope once a year or less is 32%-100%. 35%-47% clean them weekly to monthly and 0% cleaned them before every patient.8-10

EASY REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

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Easily replace your current diaphragm with the PureSona™ diaphragm in seconds.

EASY REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

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Easily replace your current diaphragm with the PureSona™ diaphragm in seconds.

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UNIVERSAL FIT

Plays Nice With Others

The PureSona™ Diaphragm is designed to work with all adult-size, major stethoscope models and brands.

Sound as a Bell
Sound Barrier

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For All Your Patients

Your MDF® PureSona™ Subscription is designed to keep up with as many patients as you do. Order more, less or cancel at anytime.

Silicone
Universal Fit
Latex-Free
BPA-Free
Plastic-Free
Powder-Free
Adult Size
Recyclable
Non-Sterile
Non-Allergenic
Single-Use

SINCE 1971

With You For Life

For half a century, our master craftsmen have meticulously created exquisite medical instruments for healthcare professionals, and we will continue this fanatical discipline for lifetimes to come. We will be here.

1. Other stethoscope brands may vary
2. Patient contact is possible on the unprotected bell side & other stethoscope areas
3. Regularly clean the entire stethoscope with Isopropyl Alcohol. (70% By volume)
4. Jones JS, Hoerle D, Riekse R. Stethoscopes: a potential vector of infection? Ann Emerg Med. 1995;26(3):296-299.
5. Parmar RC, Valvi CC, Sira P, Kamat JR. A prospective, randomised, double-blind study of comparative efficacy of immediate versus daily cleaning of stethoscope using 66% ethyl alcohol. Indian J Med Sci. 2004;58(10):423-430.
6. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Dennis G. Maki, MD., March 2014, V89-3, page 277.
7. Merlin MA, Wong ML, Pryor PW, et al. Prevalence of MRSA on the stethoscopes of EMS providers. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2009;13(1):71-74.
8. Huda A. Bukharie, ABIM, Hussain Al-Zahrani, PhD, Mohammed F. Abdulmohsen, MD. Bacterial Contamination of Stethoscopes. J Family Community Med. 2004 Jan-Apr; 11(1):31-33.
9. Parmar RC, Valvi CC, Sira P, Kamat JR. A prospective, randomised, double-blind study of comparative efficacy of immediate versus daily cleaning of stethoscope using 66% ethyl alcohol. Indian J Med Sci. 2004;58(10):423-430.
10. S. Nunez, A Moreno, K. Green, J. Villar. The Stethoscope in the emergency department: a vector of infection. Epidemiol. Infect (2000), 124, 233-237