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MW10: Cardiology Patient Simulator K Ver. 2

Item code: 11389-999-A

Cardiology Patient Simulator K Ver. 2 is a comprehensive simulation model with 88 examples of heart diseases and arrhythmias. The model provides a life-like, hands-on training experience for students with its soft touch and cardiology sounds recorded from actual patients. The wheels on the cart allow for easy transportation, and Simulator K is accessible to any site where clinical training is required.

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Wide variety of 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 ECG arrhythmia cases.


Real sounds, real instruments, real anatomy

Sounds are recorded from actual patients and reproduced using a high quality sound system. An actual stethoscope can be used with the model and auscultation sites corresponding with heart valves are located on the life-size manikin body.


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.  

Normal heart simulation
(12 cases)

Heart disease simulation
(14 cases)

(10 cases)

S2 split (-) HR: 60
S1 split (+)
S2 split (+)
S2 wide split
S3 gallop
S4 gallop
pulmonic ejection sound
S3 and S4 gallop
innocent murmur
midsystolic click sound
S2 split (-) HR: 72
S2 split (-) HR: 84

aortic stenosis
mitral regurgitation
mitral stenosis
aortic regurgitation
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
mitral steno-regurgitation
pulmonic valvular stenosis
atrial septal defect
ventricular septal defect
tricuspid regurgitation
acute mitral regurgitation
patent ductus arteriosus
mitral valvular prolapse
dilated cardiomyopathy

sinus arrhythmia
sinus tachycardia
sinus bradycardia
ventricular premature contraction (1)
ventricular premature contraction (2)
ventricular premature contraction (3)
sino atrial block
atrio-ventricular block
atrial fibrillation
atrial flutter

Normal jugular venous waves, arterial pulses and cardiac impulses are simulated, as well as heart sounds such as S2 splitting in the pulmonic area and S3 and S4 gallop sounds in the mitral area.

The characteristic findings of the arterial and venous pulse waves are simulated. For example, in ventricular premature contraction, the venous pulsations are normal but arterial pulsation is barely palpable by the premature beat.

Characteristic heart sounds and pulse waves are simulated, Such as, ventricular premature beats.

ECG: Arrhythmia simulation

A-01 normal sinus R
A-02 sinus tachycardia
A-03 sinus arrhythmia
A-04 apc solitary
A-05 apc bigeminy
A-06 ectopic pacemaker
A-07 wondering pacemaker
A-08 coronary sinus R
A-09 sinus bradycardia
A-10 s s syndrome
A-11 atrial fibrillation
A-12 atrial flutter
A-13 atrial flutter fib

B-01 atrial flutter
B-02 av block
B-03 av block & crbbb
B-04 av block (digital)
B-05 av block (mobitz)
B-06 av block (mobitz)
B-07 av block (3:1&4:1)
B-08 av & crbbb
B-09 paroxy atr tachy
B-10 av junc R (svst)
B-11 av junc R (pat)
B-12 av junc R
B-13 av junc contraction

C-01 V VI pacemaker
C-02 atrial pacemaker
C-03 vent pacemaker
C-04 av seq pacemaker
C-05 icrbbb
C-06 crbbb
C-07 clbbb
C-08 clbbb
C-09 clbbb (by ami)
C-10 wpw syndrome
C-11 wpw syndrome
C-12 wpw syndrome
C-13 vpc (solitary)

D-01 vpc (quadrigeminy)
D-02 vpc (trigeminy)
D-03 vpc (bigeminy)
D-04 vpc (couplet)
D-05 pvc (repetitive)
D-06 pvc (R-on-T type)
D-07 non-sustained VT
D-08 vent tachycardia
D-09 vent flutter
D-10 vent fibrillation
D-11 vent R (sinus cond)
D-12 accel vent rhythm
D-13 agonal rhythm

*In addition to 36 patient simulations on the left page, the software allows in-depth study of ECG in various arrhythmias. The full size graphic ECG is displayed to practice reading the waves using pause and/or calibrator functions. Fifty-two pre-recorded cases are classified into 4 categories, comprised of 13 cases each.

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