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:

  • Aortic dissection
  • Atrial septal defect
  • Mitral regurgitation Doppler
ASD Anatomy
Accompanying notes on the pathology models highlight the echocardiographic features displayed. The superb interactive functionality of the HeartWorks software is retained, including measurement capability.
HeartWorks Pathology Models
Aortic dissection

This model demonstrates the anatomical and hemodynamic features of a type A aortic dissection. Entry and exit points are visible, as well as a mobile intimal flap.

Dissection TEE
Atrial septal defect

A secundium atrial septal defect is represented in this pathological model with corresponding right heart volume overload. Doppler analysis allows assessment of both the direction and magnitude of the shunt.

Mitral regurgitation Doppler

Flow velocity has been added to the existing mitral regurgitation model (HeartWoks Module 2). Spectral and colour flow Doppler demonstrate characteristic appearances of an eccentric jet, PISA and altered pulmonary venous flow profiles.

MR Doppler TEE
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Aortic Dissection
Atrial Septal Defect
Mitral Regurgitation with Doppler
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Physician use of echocardiography in intensive care, anesthesiology, acute and emergency medicine is becoming more widespread and is recognized to be one of the key development areas for the upcoming generation of clinicians.

Those with the ambition to educate trainees to gain this competence are trying to work out how to achieve this within a time-limited and constantly expanding medical curriculum. The manpower, expense and time required for supervision and training is considerable. Echocardiography simulation as a means to accelerate and enhance traditional clinical teaching is, therefore, an appealing prospect…

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