March 20, 2015
Berkeley, CA-based Eko Devices is disrupting one of the most recognizeable medical devices: the stethoscope. Its Eko Core device attaches to a regular analog stethoscope to enable doctors to record, replay, share, and analyze patients' heart beats. The device, which has not yet been reviewed by FDA, links to an app and Web portal via Bluetooth.
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