This device simulates the movement of heart by moving a piston by a motor and a cam and placing and displacing contrast agent inside a cylinder into and out of a rubber bag.

Main features

  • Well simulates a series of ventricle movements like rapid flow, slow flow, rapid expulsion and slow expulsion.
  • Well replicates ventricle movements when tachycardia is happening. (Slow or fast flow is not occurring)
  • Shape of the rubber can be changed.
  • Stroke can be changed between 0 mm and 40 mm.
  • Preset patterns that employ 6 types of clinical data can be selected by one touch.
  • Heart rate can be manually selected between 3 bpm and 164 bpm.
  • Various evaluations of coronary artery can be done by attaching an optional mock coronary artery phantom.
  • Compact structure that consolidates the control part, driving part and phantom.
  • Various evaluations on coronary artery vessels are possible with a coronary artery vessel phantom (option).

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Operation patterns and measurement data
The operation patterns and measurement data are obtained by measuring the movement of the phantom in real time and its chronological change is displayed in a graph. “Stroke” is obtained by measuring the location change of the piston. “Pulse” is obtained by measuring the pulse signals transmitted from ECG interface. Change in the volume of a mock ventricle is proportional to the change in the piston location.
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The uppermost part of the graph represents the front-most location of the piston (end of diastole).
The lowermost part of the graph represents the rear-most location of the piston (end of systole).
Please watch the demonstration movie


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