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#R9656
Pulse Pressure - Windows Version

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Description Pulse Pressure is a computer model that simulates the arterial pressure pulse. The user explores factors like heart rate, stroke volume, arterial compliance, and arterial resistance and see how they affect the arterial pulse pressure.
Type of Resource Simulation, Software, Tutorial
Format Zipped File - ZIP
Technical Note Requires program to unzip and Windows-based system to run program. This version requires the LabView 2012 Runtime engine (free download at http://www.ni.com/download/labview-run-time-engine-2012/3433/en/). The worksheet is a Word file.
Author
A.P. (Pete) Shepherd, University of Texas Health Science Center
Development Date April 1, 1987
Grade/Age Levels Undergraduate upper division (Grades 15-16)
Graduate
Professional (degree program)
Pedagogies
APS/ACDP
Medical Objectives
in Physiology
Arterial pressure and circulation, Cardiac cycle, Cardiac output and venous return, Fluid dynamics
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed By LifeSciTRC Board
Review Date November 10, 2014
Funding Source None
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This is a wonderful Labview based program. its simple to understand cardiovascular dynamics.good for undergraduate and graduate students only....its interesting to note how software based teaching can be made in the classrooms....i shall take it to the screen of my class and show my students how sensitive is our cardiovascular dynamics....

GLAD MOHESH, Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute


It is difficult to teach how changes in venous return, heart rate, arterial compliance or total peripheral ressitance impact the arterial pressure waveform using static diagrams.  The Arterial Pulse Model program allows students to make such manipulations, predict how such a change will manifest, then visualize what happens.  I expect that use of this program would enhance learning this difficult conetent for most students.  

Robert Augustyniak, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine- Carolinas Campus