Last month a posted a message about our physiology simulation
program for medical education, and so many people seemed interested
that I think it's appropriate for me to repost the message.
Our company has developed a computer simulation of human
physiology for education in first year or more advanced physiology. The
simulation runs in real time in Windows 3.1, and requires a 486DX33 to
run, since it is solving a host of differential and algebraic equations to
produce data on the coupled cardiovascular, pulmonary and renal
systems. The interface allows you to look at numerous pressure
waveforms, gas exchange data, electrolyte levels and countless other
pieces of information. Several clinical interventions are available,
including fluid infusions, vasoactive drugs, and ventilator controls.
Please send me email if you would like more information, or if you are
interested in a demo program.
Adam Birnbaum <abirnbau at genesis.mcs.com>
1525 E. 53rd Street
Chicago, Illinois 60615