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ProTron develops new intra-vascular atherosclerotic detector

ProTron Technologies has developed a new diagnostic apparatus, Stethotron cerebral stethoscope, for detecting cerebro-vasacular diseases such as aneurysms or atherosclerotic plaque.

Stethotron cerebral stethoscope inventor Leon Dondysh said atherosclerotic plaque, the narrowing of blood vessels, causes audible turbulence in the bloodstream.

"We have created the Stethotron Cerebral Stethoscope as an intra-vascular atherosclerotic detector," Dondysh added.

The cerebral stethoscope is a non-invasive device which uses ProTron’s patented filtration to detect the audible, vascular turbulence that reveals pathology in minutes and eliminates the cost of ultrasound.