CARDIO MODULE

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The cardio module allows you to conduct simulations with pathological conditions of the heart. To begin with, let's analyze myocardial infarction and their possible combinations. 

List of available myocardial infarction simulations:

Inferior
Antero-lateral
Apical
Antero-septal
Postero-basal
After choosing the type of myocardial infarction, it is necessary to establish the amount of occlusion (0-100%) 
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Inferior infarction with 100% occlusion

The affected area is highlighted in black on the heart 

Inferior wall myocardial infarction (IMI) is the most common ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI)

The hallmark is the presence of ST-segment elevations in the “inferior limb leads” – II, III and aVF. 
Also on the map of coronary arteries, we can see changes in blood volume (highlighted in circles), which indicates the presence of coronary artery occlusion.
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Antero-septal infarction with 100% occlusion

The affected area is highlighted in black on the heart 

Anteroseptal MI on ECG usually is characterized by the presence of ST-elevations in V1-V3 leads acutely followed by the development of Q waves in V1-V3 precordial leads. 
Also on the map of coronary arteries, we can see changes in blood volume (highlighted in circles), which indicates the presence of coronary artery occlusion.

List of available ischemia simulations:

LCA
LAD segment 3
ADA
RD/RM branches
RCA
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RCA ischemia with 100% occlusion

The affected area is highlighted in black on the heart 

The hallmark is the presence of ST-segment elevations in the “inferior limb leads” – II, III and aVF. 
Also on the map of coronary arteries, we can see changes in the numerical indicators of blood volume (highlighted in circles), which indicates the presence of coronary artery occlusion.
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ARRYTHMIAS

Types of available arrhythmia simulations:

Sinus Tachycardia
Ventricular Tachycardia
Sinus Tachycardia

Sinus Tachycardia

Sinus tachycardia is a heart rhythm with rate of impulses elevated above 90 bpm in a quiescent average adult. Cells of the sinus node generate action bio-potentials through constantly open sodium channels in the absence of external stimuli. Such impulses are then distributed through the conduction paths to the atria and ventricles
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Cardic electrophysiology

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Using a catheter(green), we can track the generation of an action potential throughout the map of the heart's conduction system, which is illuminated 
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