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KaWe Pinard Stethoscope
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The Pinard stethoscope is an obstetric stethoscope that was developed in 1895 by the French doctor and obstetrician Adolphe Pinard. It is made of beechwood and is ideal for midwives and expectant parents and enables one to hear the heartbeat of the unborn child. This Pinard stethoscope is made of beechwood and measures approximately 17 centimeters long. It weights approximately 45 grams.
Product Includes: KaWe Small Pinard Stethoscope
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