Welcome to Medicare Shop Asia in the Philippines. Vita Max Prime Trading, Inc (registration number CS201734213), is the appointed affiliate partner and authorized distributor of 3M Littmann stethoscopes in the Philippines. This store is dedicated to all Filipinos who need to purchase a 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope.
Our objective is to provide the full range of 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscopes for easy shopping. We aim to provide a delightful shopping experience for our shoppers. These include convenient shopping, secure payment, quick delivery, and knowledgeable customer service. All purchases in this shop are backed by 3M global product warranty.
Together with 3M, we will conduct regular product promotions. Please visit our store regularly, or join our mailing list. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Our email is email@example.com
We hope you enjoy visiting our store, and find a 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope that you like.
Why This E-store?
Our company started in 2017 and we are a company focused on the medical industry. With the increasing trend of digital and Ecommerce, we decided to leverage technology, and be more accessible to our customers. To remain highly compliant, we list only products that are approved for selling online. We are also compliant with in-country health regulators.
With the support of 3M, you can conveniently search and learn about 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscopes in this e-store. Our geographic coverage is the entire Philippines. We strive to serve every Filipino and island in the country.
We strongly support Healthcare practitioners like yourself. Nursing and Medical Student, Medical Assistant, Medical Houseman, Junior Doctor, Nurse, Staff Nurse, Matron, Senior Doctor, Surgeon, Specialist, Occupational health practitioner, on premise health practitioner, industry on-site practitioner, emergency services, allied health, or your loved one, whom you want to purchase a 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope as a special celebration gift.
We commit to provide the best customer service and share our knowledge, so that your medical practice can be superbly achieved, with a great 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope auscultation diagnostic device. This is our little way of contributing to better, healthier and longer lives. This is our aspiration.
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Our Business Model
Our full range of Littmann Stethoscopes and Spare Part Kits are listed in this e-store. From the out-going older 3M™ Littmann® Classic II stethoscopes range, to newer 3M™ Littmann® Classic III and 3M™ Littmann® Cardiology IV. Not forgetting 3M™ Littmann® Lightweight and 3M™ Littmann® Master Cardiology.
Most of these models come in Standard Edition or the nicer Special Edition range. There are many options of Tubes Colors and Chest Piece finishes. Depending on your clinical auscultation needs, and personality, you can browse and choose a 3M™ Littmann® Stethoscope that matches your style.
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About 3M LITTMANN STETHOSCOPES
According to Wikipedia.
David Littmann, M.D., (July 28, 1906 – January 1, 1981) was an American cardiologist born in Chelsea Massachusetts (born to Ukrainian immigrants from Novogrod Wolyn aka Zwill Ukraine formally the Russian Empire, Issac Litman and Sadie Zewat Litman).
David was a Harvard Medical School professor and researcher. The name Littmann is well known in the medical field for the patented Littmann Stethoscope reputed for its acoustic performances for auscultation. With Gus Machlup, Dr. David Littmann founded Cardiosonics, Inc. to sell his stethoscopes. At that time the stethoscope line consisted of two key models, the doctor's stethoscope and the nurse's stethoscope.
3M acquired the stethoscope company on April 1, 1967, and hired Dr. Littmann as a consultant. 3M currently produces the range of Littmann brand stethoscopes.
The 1960s-era Littman Cardiology 3 stethoscope, which is out of patent, became the basis of a 3D-printed stethoscope developed by Dr. Tarek Loubani and a team of medical and technology specialists as part of the open source Glia project.