Biplane Imaging

Biplane imaging is available in TTE and TEE modalities, Live control of both position and angle is possible and with either imaging plane displayed within the 3D model of the heart. Biplane imaging can be used simultaneously with colour imaging and is fully integrated with the measurement functionality of HeartWorks.

Biplane imaging completes HeartWorks making it the the most comprehensive simulation training solution for echocardiography...

Biplane imaging is accessed through the ultrasound control panel in either the TTE or TEE modalities. The two imaging planes are displayed side-by-side in the ultrasound panel and also within the 3D panel to help the user easily understand image orientation.

Users have live control of the position of the biplane cursor on the primary image to determine the secondary image. In addition, the angle of the secondary image can be controlled from 0° through 180°.

Biplane imaging can be used in conjunction with colour Doppler imaging and is fully integrated with the measurement functionality.

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HeartWorks powers first Resuscitative TEE Project workshop

 

Resuscitative TEE Project Workshop

 

HeartWorks simulators have powered the first Resuscitative TEE Project (#RESTEE) workshop at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. It is believed that this is the first practical course of its kind dedicated solely to the practice of resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) in the United States.

The Project was the brain-child of Dr. Felipe Teran-Merino MD, from the Division of Emergency Ultrasound & Center for Resuscitation Science at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania who, together with a multidisciplinary group, wanted to create a focused education outlet for doctors looking to learn this increasingly important bedside ultrasound skill…

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