Peer-Reviewed Study



RESP Monitor

Results of Clinical Performance Testing of Novel Wearable E-Stethoscope in Patients with Chronic Lung Diseases

M. Glass, MD; J. Kroh; S. McClintock; H. Glass, DO

What’s Inside?

In this study that took place at Bay Area Hospital, the RESP device was compared to the Littman 3200® electronic stethoscope in capturing abnormal lung sounds including wheeze, cough, rhonchi and rales. The RESP device showed substantially equivalent performance to a gold standard. 

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