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Cardiovascular Interactions CVI Project (C# Version)

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Version 1 - The previous version is available here.
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Description The Cardiovascular Interactions Project is an electronic active learning tool that demonstrates the complex and intricate interactions between the functions of the heart and peripheral circulation to provide an adequate cardiac output during various stresses. These programs are C# programs and require a current Windows operating system (which should include a current version of the .NET framework).
Type of Resource Laboratory or Hands-On Activity, Simulation
Format Zipped File - ZIP - 14.79 MB
Technical Note These programs are C# programs and require a current Windows operating system (which should include a current version of the .NET framework)
Author
Carl Rothe, Indiana University School of Medicine
Development Date June 1, 2014
Grade/Age Levels Graduate
Professional (degree program)
Continuing Education
Pedagogies
APS/ACDP
Medical Objectives
in Physiology
Arterial pressure and circulation, Cardiac cycle, Cardiac function, Cardiac output and venous return, Exercise (see also Integration), Fluid dynamics, Hemostasis and injury, hemorrhage, shock, Regulation of arterial pressure
Learning Time >9 hours
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed By LifeSciTRC Board
Review Date August 17, 2015
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