Digi Breathe™ Wireless Pulmonary Monitoring System - Public Survey -
Hi, I am Kevin Trice, a Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine physician. I am the inventor of the Digi Breathe™ Wireless Pulmonary Monitoring System and DigiSensor™ Pads.
The Digi Breathe™ Wireless Pulmonary Monitoring System and DigiSensor™ Pads is a digital, wireless, adhesive-based, disposable, heart and lung stethoscope. This revolutionary new device is designed to eliminate the infections spread by your stethoscope. Additionally, it allows for seamless accurate data transmission from any patient to a protected smartphone, tablet, or computer. Imagine reproducible, objective lung exam data from anywhere in the hospital, or even at home.
This survey below help us identify what is most important to you, the customer. We are focused on improving the accuracy and quality of the stethoscope, while eliminating health care associated infections from stethoscopes.
The survey below takes less than 3 minutes to complete, and your responses will be instrumental in our product development and refinement.
We appreciate all your time and assistance in advance!
1. Does your doctor carry a stethoscope?
2. Do you believe the stethoscope is an important tool to help your doctor make an accurate diagnosis?
More important than not
Probably not important
Definitely not important
3. Does your doctor use the same stethoscope on every patient? (Use your best guess)
Yes, every patient
No, uses a different stethoscope on every patient
4. How well does the stethoscope pick up lung and heart sounds (in other words, is it an accurate device)?
Picks up sounds about half of the time
Not very well
Not well at all
5. Which stethoscope would you prefer your doctor use?
Traditional acoustic stethoscope
Hands-free digital stethoscope
6. How often should your doctor change his/her stethoscope?
At least every 6 months
Every 6 months to 1 year
Every 1-3 years
Every 3-5 years
When it no longer works
7. How often should your doctor clean his/her stethoscope?
Before and after each patient
In between most patients
When the stethoscope is visbly soiled
8. How likely is it that your medical care providers’ stethoscope is carrying harmful bacteria?
Not very likely
9. Based on what you have read about this device, what features intrigue you the most about the Digi™ Sensor Pads?
All of the features
None of the features
10. After reading the description above, how interested would you be in learning more about this device?
Not very interested
Not at all interested
11. Would you be interested in using Digi™ Sensor Pads at home to monitor a sick child, loved one with emphysema or family member with congestive heart failure?
Not very interested
Not at all interested
12. If interested, what price would you expect to pay for a pack of six (6) Digi™ Sensor Pads?
$10.00 - $19.99
$20.00 - $39.99
$40.00 - $59.99
$60.00 - $79.99
$80.00 - $100.00
13. If you wanted to buy the Digi™ Sensor Pads, which method of payment would you prefer?
Via the internet
From a national retail chain
By telephone with a live agent
From your healthcare provider
From the company office
14. What is your gender
15. What is your race / ethnicity?
White / Caucasian
Black / African American
Hispanic / Latino
Asian / Pacific Islander
16. In what year were you born?
1946-1964 (Baby Boomers)
1965-1978 (Gen – X)
1979-1995 (Gen – Y)
after 1995 (Gen – Z)
17. What is the highest level of education you have completed?
Some high school, but did not finish
Completed high school
Some college, but did not finish
Two-year / Four-year college degree
Completed Masters or professional degree
18. How would you describe your current employment status
Employed full time / part time
Unemployed / Looking for work
19. What was your total household income for 2012?
$35,000 - $74,999
$75,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $249,999
If you would like to receive more information about the Digi Breathe™ Wireless Pulmonary Monitoring System please visit our website at
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