SimpleHeart - what do you expect from a simulation of electrophysiological study?
The Simple Heart computer programme is a virtual simulation of electrical activity of the heart and of and to some extent of an electrophysiological study. Simple Heart was developed as a part of my PhD. I want to share the application itself with other people interested to use it, possibly as a free-to-download solution.
The aim of this survey is to start a dialogue with future SimpleHeart users during the last stages of the application development. I want to build SimpleHeart to provide best user experience and tune it to fulfill users expectations.
I will be more than grateful for your help and participation in this dialgue.
All the best,
Department of Physiology, Maastricht University &
Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.
PS. At the end of the survey there is a free space of any comment you would like to add.
For PL version:
1. Would you use a simulation of electrophysiological study on a virtual model of electrical activity of the heart?
2. If yes - you would use SimpleHeart for:
Research, i.e. for comparison with clinical mapping of certain parameters (comment which one at the end of the survey)
Education (i.e. to visualize different maneuvers and procedures for arrhythmia termination)
Visualization of the study performed in clinic
3. What features would be the most interesting for you?
Ability to see the wave conduction pattern on anatomical model of atria/ventricles
Entrainment procedure simulation (also: post-pacing interval mapping)
Simulation of ablation procedure ("what will happen if I ablate...here)
Watching unipolar/bipolar electrogram in time, measured at chosen locations
Mapping of CFAE/CFE/ Dominant Frequency
4. In which anatomical model you would be interested?
Simplified model of human atria
Real (CT/MRI scanned) model of human atria
Simplified model of human ventricles
Real (CT/MRI scanned) model of human ventricles
2D tissue sample with fibrosis/other specific features
animal attrial/ventricular model (comment which one at the end of the survey)
5. How would you like to interact with the model
"paint" the substrate (scars, areas with slow conduction, etc)
"paint" the substrate (areas with short/long ERP)
modify directionality of conduction
modify the coupling
paint fibrotic regions
6. What type of arrythmias/conditions you would study in Simple Heart?
Simple re-entrant waves/spiral waves
I would like to be informed, when the simulation will be ready on following e-mail address:
7. I am:
Short information on your background:
Ectrophysiology (EP) cardiologist, I perform ablations
Cardiologist, I take care of patients
Researcher, I have physiology/biology background
Researcher, I have tech/eng background
This is additional space for your additional comments, suggestions and ideas
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