Developed for healthcare professionals, medical/nursing students and patients who are interested in deeper understanding of Atrial Fibrillation. Validated and CPD accredited app with interactive realtime 3D simulation for advanced eLearning.
Follow the interactive tutorial and answer the MCQ questions in order to obtain your Continuous Professional Development Certificate with 2 credit points.
Use Apple Pencil or a soft rubber tip pen for better interaction.
Atrial Fibrillation is one of the most common cardiac arrhythmias that medical students are introduced. Confidence and experience gained from simulated training can help make first diagnosis successful and decrease risk to patients. This app uses interactive 3D anatomy and control of physiological parameters. Utilises electrophysiology simulation and live ECG signals to simulate Atrial Fibrillation on the heart rhythm.
Step-by-step tutorial with voice-over, covering Atrial Fibrillation with interactive
Drug administration: Diltiazem, Digoxin and Flecainide
Pace & Ablate
SA node switch
SA node rate
AV node switch
AV retro/antegrade switch
AV node rate
AV node refractory period
AV node conduction velocity
AV node delay
Live single lead ECG display (choice out of 12 standard signals)
Pause and scroll ECG with simultaneous action potential wavefront
Live 12-lead ECG display
Annotated 12-lead ECG display
ECG calliper tool
Simulation speed control
Anatomy views with free 3D camera control
Choice of displayed anatomy
Links to Medical Information about Atrial Fibrillation
Languages: English, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Greek
Tutorial voice over text is available in English.
This app executes in landscape mode only
Understand what causes the ECG signals during Atrial Fibrillation
Understand how to diagnose and treat Atrial Fibrillation
Explore the heart in 3D and gain spatial and temporal understanding of the normal and atrial fibrillation rhythm.
Mobility. Users can access individualised simulation training on their personal devices anytime and anywhere
Guidance. Guided tutorials aid self-learning without the need for tutoring
Model pacing outcomes. Normal vs. pathology overlays make it easy to visually compare differences in pacing that would otherwise need to be imagined
Deeper understanding. Real-time interactive 3D anatomy and pacing wire placement provide spatial and temporal understanding of what causes the ECG signals and helps with retention
Realistic simulation. Real-time electrophysiology mode and on-screen controls for realistic training
Measure learning progress. Test mode allows users to complete a case and receive feedback on performance, helping with retention and identifying knowledge gaps.
This application is not a substitute for medical advice. This application is intended for educational purposes only. Persons using the data within this application for medical purposes should not rely solely on the accuracy of the data herein. While data may be updated periodically, users should not rely on this application for the latest information. Any and all liability arising directly or indirectly from the use of this application is hereby disclaimed. All direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or punitive damages arising from any use of this application or data contained herein is disclaimed and excluded. All support is provided on an as-is, as-available basis. In downloading this app you expressly recognise: having read and understood the terms, conditions and modalities of the Epicardio Ltd EULA; being satisfied therewith; and agreeing to abide by all its terms and conditions.