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Phisiological virtual patient simulators

Key Features


  •  Technology: Cells ->Organs -> Systems -> Organism
  • Real time
  • Three capacity levels
    • Organism
    • Organ/System
    • Cell
  • Built-in physiological model
  • Nervous System
  • Hemodynamics
  • Virtual Heart and Coronary System
  • Respiratory and Gas Exchange
  • Excretory Systems and Water-Salt Metabolism
  • Biochemistry
  • Food Intake
  • Digestion and Soak


  • Use drugs from library or choose to model other drugs using software template
  • Drug introduction: oral, intravenous, and intramuscular
  • Drug distribution and excretion
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • Pharmacokinetics


  • Three monitors System


  • Generation of electric potentials of heart cells
  • Heart rhythm generation
  • Hypertension and hypotension
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
    • 11 Scenarios of impulse condition disorders
    • 4 Scenarios of conduction disorders
    • 1 Scenario of rhythm disturbances
  • 5 Scenarios of Infarcts
  • 12 Lead ECG
  • Defibrillation and Cardioversion
  • Pacing rate
  • Cardiac massage


  • Simulated spontaneous breathing
  • All inhalation and exhalation gases (O2, CO2, H2O, N2, Argon, etc)
  • Control rate and depth of respiration and observe chest rise
  • Gas composition in the chain: bronchi, alveoli, veins and arterioles


  • Module of biochemical transformations
  • Review of biochemical reaction in the virtual body
  • Fermentation system in the biochemical transformationss and their classification


  •  Transport of blood to organs
  • The volume of blood in different organs
  • Model of oxygen transport to organs
  • Real time parameters observation
    • p in arteries of vascular system/organ
    • p in capillaries of vascular system/organ before and after metabolic processes take place
    • p in veins of circulatory system
    • Volume of blood passing through the vascular system/organ per minute (ml/min)

Nervous System

  • Entral, Peripheral, Sympathetic, Parasympathetic Nervous Systems
  • Sensitivity and Motor Function of the Nervous System

Digestive and Excretory

  • Digestion and soak
    • Gastric substances received with food
    • Secretion of gastric juices and enzymes in the stomach
    • Final product of the gastrointestinal digestion
    • Secretion of digestive juices and ferments in the intestine
  • Urinary Module
    • Model of the nephron (filtration and reabsorption of urine)
    • Automatic control of urine output