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Sakamoto Auscultation Simulator 2 ●Weight/Approx. 6kg ●Case size/W65×D58×H28cm
●Accessories/Tablet PC, Wi-Fi router, Stethoscope, Chest cover, Wireless speaker, strage bag




Sakamoto Auscultation Simulator

By reproducing various symptoms, supports practice of auscultation with a feeling of being in a clinical situation.

Chest cover(Indicate ausculatory site)


1. Learning through practice with a sense of reality

  • Sternum and soft touch of the skin
    Seven built-in speakers (volume adjustable) p rovide true-to-life experience of h earing cardiac and breath s ounds of a ctual patients by applying a stethoscope.

2. Realistic auscultatory sounds

  • Reproduction of complicated cases is possible by combinations o f 20 cases of cardiac sounds and 12 cases of breath sounds.
    A tablet PC can be used to realistically check differences in ascultation sounds for each case. Practical clinical training with areal s ense of p resence which is ideal for learning a scultation techniques. H eart sounds and breathing sounds can be p layedback via a tablet PC as well as directly from the body

3. Adjustable to details

  • The heart rate and respiratory rate are adjustable.
    The volume of cardiac and breath sounds is adjustable in each r egion (cardiac and pulmonary regions) or all regions.


Breath sound

  Major Category Minor Category Disease
1 Normal alveolar breath sound   Normal
2 Intermittent rales
(moist rales)
Fine crackles Interstitial pneumonia, pulmonary fibrosis /pulmonary edema
3 Intermittent rales
(moist rales)
Coarse crackles Pulmonary edema, pneumonia, alveolar effusion
4 Continuous rales
(dry rales)
Low pitched rhonchi (sonorous rhonchi) Stenosis of middle-large bronchi, bronchial secretion
5 Continuous rales
(dry rales)
High pitch rhonchi,wheeze 1 Bronchiolar stenosis, brochial asthma
6 Continuous rales
(dry rales)
High pitch rhonchi,wheeze 2 Bronchiolar stenosis, brochial asthma
7 Tachypnea Consonating rales Nervous dyspnea
8 Intensified bronchovesicular sounds   Resting dyspnea
9 Continuous rales
(dry roles)+
intermittent rales
(moist roles)
High pitch rhonchi, wheeze+fine crackles Cardiac asthma
10 Continuous rales
(dry rales)
High pitch rhonchi, wheeze+prolonged exhalation Bronchial asthma
11 Abnormal respiratory pattern Tachypnea
(shallow respiration)

Central hyperpnea (midbrain disorder) hyperventilation syndrome
12 Abnormal respiratory pattern Kussmaul respiration

Diabetic ketoacidosis, uremia

Cardiac sounds

1 Normal (no splitting of the second sound) 11 Mitral stenosis
2 Normal (split second sound) 12 Mitral insufficiency
3 Abnormal split second sound 13 Aortic stenosis
4 Increased apical second sound in hypertension 14 Aortic insufficiency
5 Apical fourth sound 15 Subaortic stenosis
6 Innocent murmur 16 Atrial septal defect
7 Aortic ejection sound 17 Ventricular septal defect
8 Mid-systolic clicks 18 Pulmonary stenosis
9 Mitral escape clicks /murmur 19 Acute mitral insufficiency
10 Tricuspid insufficiency 20 Pulmonary insufficiency