Model cardiac pathologies on a virtual heart
Better cardiology understanding supports better decisions
- Powerful training resource to improve the skillset of junior doctors and nurses to beyond med-school level.
- Use ECG simulation to better understand diagnosis.
- Better understanding facilitates reduced misdiagnosis, fewer costly referrals and reduced patient risk.
- Portable on-the-job reference tool.
- Epicardio content can be customised to your hospital needs. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
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What our customers are saying
“The ECG practical with Epicardio went really well. Overall I and the other colleagues that helped running the tutorial are very satisfied.”
Prof Manuela Zaccolo – Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, University of Oxford
“If, like me, your learning speed is increased by doing, as oppose to just reading or seeing, then you’ll find this tool invaluable. To be able to safely induce life-threatening ventricular rhythm is, understandably, an uncommon occurrence, so a method to facilitate this, is always going to be welcome for students. In Epicardio, however, you get so much more than that. Pacing of all types is covered in depth, real and digitally created ECGs, and an effective test facility really do set this above any of the other programs that I’ve used. It’s also incredibly simple to get the hang of, too.”
The Student Physiologist – thephysiologist.org
“We are very excited to be able to bring Epicardio, this unique e-learning tool, to our customers. It will be a real added value. The fact that most pathologies are integrated allows the customers an extremely effective ECG reading training.”
Dominik Doppler – VP Marketing and Sales of Schiller AG
“Epicardio was a real revelation! Had I had access to this type of training, I am sure that I would have been safer, more competent and confident.”
Lisa Hadfield-Law – Surgical Educationalist