Product Description

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The rhythmic beating of the heart is due to the triggering pulses that originate in an area of specialized tissue in the right atrium of the heart. This area is known as (SA-Node) Sino-Atrial Node. In abnormal situations, if this natural pacemaker ceases to function, or becomes unreliable, or if the triggering pulses are not reaching the heart muscles because of blocking by the damage tissues, the natural and normal synchronization of the heart action gets disturbed. When monitored, this manifests itself through a decrease in the heart rate and changes in the Electrocardiogram (ECG) waveforms. By giving external electrical stimulations impulses to the heart muscles, it is possible to regulate the heart rate.
These impulses are given by an electronic instrument called as Pacemaker. Scientech Techbook 2361 Pacemaker Simulator is capable of producing diseased as well as corrected possible waveforms after the Pacemaker action, depends on connectivity of Pacemaker Lead Electrode to the heart electrical conduction system (SA - node, AV - node).

Scientech-2361, Pacemaker Simulator is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development amongs our young minds.

Product Features

  • Provides amplified Normal Sinus Rhythm output with P, Q, R, S, T waves
  • Provides information about 10 abnormal (Diseased) waves which indicates particular abnormality in heart
  • Provides information about 10 corrected wave which indicates possible wave shapes after Pacemaker action
  • Provides information about pacemaker modes (Single/Dual) of operation
  • Provides information about single as well as dual chamber pacing/sensing of heart
  • Every Systolic action of heart is indicated by LED (visible) and audible (Buzzer) sound controls.

Scope of Learning

  • Study of Normal Sinus Rhythm (Lead II)

  • Study of Bradycardia (Slower Heart Rate < 60)

  • Study of Corrected Bradycardia wave (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Tachycardia (Faster Heart Rate > 100)

  • Study of Corrected Tachycardia Wave (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Atrial Flutter (Impulse Travels in Circular course in atria)

  • Study of Corrected Atrial Flutter (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Atrial Fibrillation (Impulses have chaotic, random pathways in atria)

  • Study of Corrected Atrial Fibrillation (Pacemaker action)

  • Study of Junctional rhythm (Impulses originated at AV node with retrograde and antegrade direction)

  • Study of Corrected Junction rhythm (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Premature Ventricular Contraction (A Single Impulse Originate at Right Ventricle)

  • Study of Corrected Premature Ventricular Contraction (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Ventricular Tachycardia (Impulse Originated at Ventricular Pacemaker)

  • Study of Corrected Ventricular Tachycardia (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of Ventricular Fibrillation (Chaotic Ventricular depolarization)

  • Study of Corrected Ventricular Fibrillation (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of II Degree AV Block (Sudden drop of QRS Complex)

  • Study of Corrected II Degree AV Block (Pacemaker Action)

  • Study of III degree AV Block (Impulses originate at AV node and proceed to ventricles Atrial and ventricular activities are not synchronous)

  • Study of Corrected III degree AV Block (Pacemaker Action)

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