Discontinued App

Harvi Lite

Harvi Lite provides an overview of the full version of Harvi, which is a first of its kind, interactive simulation-based textbook of cardiovascular physiology ...

Discontinued App

Description

Harvi Lite provides an overview of the full version of Harvi, which is a first of its kind, interactive simulation-based textbook of cardiovascular physiology and hemodynamics for the iPad. The full version consists of a textbook that will cover a full range of topics relevant to the understanding of hemodynamics in health and disease. The full version of Harvi currently includes Part 1: Basic Physiological Concepts, and covers topics including the cardiac cycle, pressure-volume relations, preload, afterload, contractility, lusitropy and ventricular-vascular coupling. Parts II, III and IV will cover advanced physiological concepts, pathophysiology, disease states and therapeutics and mechanical circulatory support; these will be made available as they are completed through In-App Purchases. A key aspect of the app is the cardiovascular simulation that allows the reader to explore, in detail, basic physiological concepts and how different parts of the cardiovascular system interact to determine overall cardiovascular performance (cardiac output, blood pressure, pulmonary venous pressure, etc). Components of the simulation are incorporated into the text through “try-it-now” features. The full simulation is available from any place in the app, simply by rotating iPad into a landscape orientation. Harvi Lite allows the reader to see the full simulation and learn how to customize screen views, vary system parameters and view impact on cardiovascular performance parameters.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0.3

Size: 88.31 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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