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HeartWorks pathology models for both TTE and TEE imaging have been created to facilitate the echocardiographic evaluation of patients with structural and hemodynamic disturbances of the heart and lungs.
This module includes:
Demonstrating the features of calcific aortic stenosis including restricted motion of calcified leaflets, left ventricular hypertrophy and poststenotic dilation of the ascending aorta.
This representation of rheumatic mitral valve disease includes thickened leaflets and cords, commissural fusion, characteristic ‘hockey-sticking’ of the anterior mitral leaflet and left artrial dilation.
This model illustrates the structural changes associated with excessive leaflet motion featuring posterior leaflet prolapse with associated left atrial dilation.
HeartWorks offers a range of simulators for transthoracic (TTE), Transesophageal (TEE) echocardiography and lung ultrasound.
Our Support Plans give you access to new pathological model releases, Doppler imaging and measurement tool enhancements, as well as anatomical and software updates.
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Echo Valve Analysis – A Surgeon’s View
With over 2,000 Mitral Valve Repair operations undertaken by the NHS every year, there is a growing interest among surgeons to be able to identify and interpret the relevant ultrasound views for themselves during this surgical procedure.
“Echocardiography is a discipline that has not traditionally featured within a surgeon’s formal training but with new teaching resources available, it is now a skill that we are seeing growing numbers of cardiac surgeons wishing to acquire,” said Dr. Diprose…