The Virtual Cardiac Patient: A Multimedia Guide to Heart Sounds and Murmurs | CD-ROM
by Jonathan Keroes MD (Author), David Lieberman (Author)
October 24, 2005
• Used Book in Good Condition
Product Description This multimedia CD-ROM is a convenient, accessible tool for developing cardiac auscultation skills. It contains computer simulations of 28 abnormal heart sounds along with visual representations of the sounds (phonocardiograms), electrocardiograms and pressure tracings for each condition, and animated cartoons showing the anatomic and Doppler flow abnormalities. Users can listen to each auditory heart sound while viewing graphic material that helps identify the abnormality. On-screen controls allow users to selectively listen to portions of the heart sound cycle—S1, S2, systole, or diastole. The program also includes a quiz mode. When using this CD-ROM headphones are required. Windows / Macintosh Compatible
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