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Cardiology Patient Simulator
Cardiology Patient Simulator

Real, comprehensive simulation of patients with heart diseases and arrhythmias - 88 examples. Real touch, with sounds and data recorded from actual patients, provides a true hands-on education. Easy to transport, simulator "K" can be in attendance wherever clinical training is required. Who is Mr. "K"? Simulator "K" is a simulated cardiology patient for clinical training. He facilitates total training in bedside clinical examination skills and ensures quality of training in auscultation of heart sounds and murmurs. He was born in Japan in 1997. Obtaining reliable auscultation skills Auscultation is a fundamental approach to cardiac patients, performed widely from general practitioners to cardiologists. Repeated practice is a necessity for learners to differentiate various heart sounds and murmurs. However, opportunities to learn with real patients are limited and could be insufficient. Simulator "K" offers hands-on experience in a diversity of cases. Real sounds, real instruments, real anatomy Sounds are recorded from actual people and reproduced using a high quality sound system. An actual stethoscope can be used. Auscultation sites corresponding to heart valves are located precisely on a life-size manikin body molded from an actual person. Wide variety of the examples Simulator "K" contains 88 cases; 12 cases of normal heart sounds, 14 cases of heart disease simulations, 10 cases of arrhythmia simulations and 52 cases of ECG arrhythmia simulations. Comprehensive clinical examination training Physical findings synchronize perfectly with each other. Construct an original education program Sound volume, pulse strength, simulation speed and running time are controllable. 1. Observation of jugular veins * Pulsation of jugular venous waves can be observed on both sides. * The strength and timing of "a" and "v" waves which vary in each case can be observed just as with real cardiac patients. 2. Palpation of cardiac impulses (RV, LV and DLV) * Cardiac impulses are palpable at sites of Right Ventricle, Left Ventricle and Dilated Left Ventricle. * Various cardiac impulses under different cardiac conditions are simulated. 3. Palpation of arteries * The carotid, medial, radial and femoral arteries are palpable at eight sites on the manikin. Slight variations of the arterial pulse waves under different cardiac conditions or arrhythmias can be detected by palpation. 4. Heart sounds & murmurs * In all cases listening can be performed at the four primary cardiac auscultation sites (aortic, pulmonic, tricuspid, and mitral). Auscultation of first sound (S1) and second sound (S2) can be learned in relation to synchronized electrocardiogram, arterial pulses and jugular venous waves. 5. Respiratory sounds and observation of abdominal movement (for cases HR: 60/ min) * Tracheal and bronchial breath sounds and abdominal movement are simulated to facilitate understanding of respiratory related phenomena such as Rivelo-Carvallo sign, respiratory splitting and timing of murmurs. 6. Monitoring screen * Electrocardiogram (ECG), jugular venous pulse (JVP) and carotid arterial pulse (CAP) and apex cardiogram (ACG) * Each chart can be freeze-framed for in-depth learning. * Case explanation windows for self-directed learning are provided. 7. Group study * External speaker system produces heart sounds respectively at each auscultation site (aortic, pulmonic, tricuspid, and mitral). * Useful for pre-training demonstration, group discussions and problem-based learning exercises

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