Eko

A stethoscope through your smartphone.

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Connor Landgraf
@connorlandgraf · Eko
Eko actually works with almost all existing stethoscopes, its an attachment that connects between the chest-piece and tubing of existing analog stethoscopes. This allows to switch between analog and digital modes with the push of a button.

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Nikita Bier
@nikitabier
@connorlandgraf started Eko while a student at Berkeley. They're among the youngest teams to get FDA clearance. Could you tell us the problem you're solving and how you came up with it?
 
Niv Dror
@nivo0o0 · Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt
Wow -- Eko was named one of TIME Magazine's 25 Best Inventions of 2015! http://time.com/4115398/best-inv... "Once the $199 smart adapter is attached to a stethoscope, it streams heartbeat data to the cloud so physicians can download it to a smartphone. From there, a companion app can analyze the audio and compare it to previous recordings, which may help... Show More
Thibault Duchemin
@t_duchemin · CEO @AvaScribe - Beyond barriers
Technology that literally saves lives (plus cut costs, leap forward this part of healthcare, and neatly designed). In my top 3 favorites out of Berkeley in the last years, so Go (Bears) team! you guys' impact deserves to be known by all.
Nikil
@nikilster · Co-Founder, OMG
This looks sweet! Great job guys!
Brian Wayne Liou
@bwayneliou · Co-Founder, Leada
In todays tech scene of more startups solving even more trivial problems, I love the challenge @connorlandgraf took on and it's impressive the success Eko has already achieved. Also, the design is swaggy.
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