Auscultation education cloud system

iPax

iPax is an excellent learning system that enables auscultation learning on your own device.
If you access the dedicated site, you can listen to the sound of auscultation which is almost same sounds from a living body and learn auscultation anywhere and anytime.

Patented in Japan, USA

 

Supervisor

Dr. Tsunekazu Takashina, MD.PhD, FACC, FAHA

Chairman, Japanese Educational Clinical Cardiology Society

Dr. Takeshi Saraya, MD, PhD

Kyorin University School of Medicine, Department of Respiratory Medicine

Dr. Chiaki Hidai, MD, PhD
Nihon University School of Medicine, Department of Medical Education Center


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Sample Case,Movie

Please listen to the heart sounds with earphones.

iPax catalog download(PDF2MB)

 

MOVIE 1.  Feature Introduction

MOVIE 2.  Function

Please listen to the heart sound with earphones.

 


Case study (ie)

Case studies are available on the iPax. The patient’s vital signs, inspection, palpation, and auscultation are measured by the user (learner), and the final diagnosis is made by judging the results of X-ray, ECG, and UCG
For example, the following animation shows a 30 year-old male company employee complaining of chest pain.

A 30 y.o. male, company employee, complaining of chest pain

  1. Open the content, you can see his medical history and vital signs.
  2. Blood pressure is measured by listening to Korotkoff sound while looking at the blood pressure monitor displayed on the screen (cannot listen the sound on this animation screen).
  3. Inspection and palpation are examined with images and/or movies(The “tips” of inspection and palpation are also introduced.)
  4. Auscultation is diagnosed by moving the chest piece icon over the anterior image on the screen (In actual content, if you remove the auscultation area/strongest point, you will listen the sound decreasing.)
  5. The final diagnosis is made after the examination such as chest X-ray and ECG, UCG.
  6. The dedicated speaker “Kikuzo” allows you to listen to the heart and/or lung sounds, measure patient blood pressure, and simulate by touching the pulse and thrill (use earphones if you don’t have a Kikuzo speaker).
  7. Video explanation by the supervisor, Dr. Tsunekazu Takashina (Chairman of the Japan Education Clinical Cardiology Society).

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Heart sounds cases

The chest piece is moved to the “anterior and/or posterior illustration auscultation area” on the screen to listen. At the chest piece area, sounds are heard.

Below the chest illustration is a phonocardiogram.

Heart sound cases

Heart sounds ON, Lung sounds OFF

When lung sounds are turned off, only heart sounds are played.

Press the “A, P, T, M” buttons under the chest illustration to move the chest piece to each area (strongest point) and listen the sounds of that area. Other than the “strongest point”, the heart sound/murmur is decreased. HR can also be adjusted.

Heart sound cases

Heart sounds ON, Lung sounds ON

If you turn on “lung sounds”, you can listen to both heart and lung sounds at the same time. Press the “A, P, T, M” buttons at the bottom of the screen to move the chest piece to each area (strongest point) and play the sounds of that area. Other than the “strongest point”, the heart sound/murmur is decreased.

Heart sound cases

Heart sounds ON, Pulse palpation ON

If you turn on the pulse function, you can listen to the heart sound while taking the pulse. In this case, you need two Kikuzo speakers as well as a stereo branch cable.

For Kikuzo to the pulse side (L Side), turn up the volume and gently palpate the silicon surface. The pulse is adjusted to the timing of the radial artery.

Lung sound cases anterior/posterior

For lung sound cases, the anterior and posterior are auscultated. When you move the chest piece, you can listen the lung sounds on that area. Press the 🔄 on the upper right of the screen to switch to the anterior/ posterior illustration.

Lung sound cases Auscultation area

Markers indicate the auscultatory and abnormal areas under the chest illustration.

Lung sound cases

Lung sounds ON, Heart sounds OFF

Move the chest piece displayed on the screen to listen to lung sounds. The heart sound can be switched ON/OFF, and it cannot be listened when it is OFF.

Lung sound cases

Lung sounds ON, Heart sounds ON

Move the chest piece displayed on the screen and listen to lung sounds.

When you turn on the heart sound function, you can hear heart sounds along with  lung sounds.

Full-screen display and offline use

The chest illustration can be enlarged to full-screen. The screen is magnified with the heart, lung and pulse palpation settings and HR maintained just before magnification. In this full-screen mode, you can use it without an Internet connection. Also, the magnified screen does not display any information such as heart and lung icons or descriptive text.


 

Log Management

iPax is available as a group of university (parent) and student (child) licenses. There is a function to see the student’s log on the site.


The Log Administration page allows university teachers to view the history of an entire group or individual students.

Teachers can also download log data.

 




 


Examples of using iPax


Auscultation cases list

The following cases are included in the iPax.

1.Heart sound cases

Lung sound ON/OFF, pulse palpation ON/OFF, HR changes, full-screen and offline use

1.Normal heart sounds

2.Normal S2 split

3.Abnormal S2 split

4.S3 gallop

5.S4 gallop

6.S4+S3 gallop

7.S4 S3 summation gallop

8.S4 S3 summation gallop 2

9.Pulmonary ejection sounds

10.Innocent murmur

11.Atrial septal defect

with pulmonary hypertension

12.Atrial septal defect

with pulmonary normotension

13.Aortic stenosis

14.Aortic stenosis early stage

15.Aortic regurgitation

16.Aortic regurgitation 2

17.Mitral regurgitation

18.Mitral stenosis

19.Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

20.Tricuspid regurgitation

21.Pulmonic valvular stenosis

22.Ventricular septal defect

23.Patent ductus arteriosus

24.Mitral valvular prolapse

25.Dilated cardiomyopathy

2.Lung sound cases

Anterior/posterior switch, Heart sound ON/OFF, full-screen and off-line use

1.Normal lung sounds

2.Weak bronchial sounds at left side

3.Decrease bronchial sounds and wheezes

4.Decrease bronchial sounds and wheezes 2

5.Amphoric breathing

6.Decrease vesicular sounds

7.Fine crackles

8.Fine crackles 2

9.Coarse crackles

10.Coarse crackles 2

11.Coarse crackles 3

12.Coarse crackles + rhonchi

13.Coarse crackles + rhonchi 2

14.Coarse crackles + rhonchi + squawk

15.Coarse crackles + rhonchi + squawk 2

16.Wheezes

17.Wheezes 2

18.Wheezes 3

19.Coarse crackles + wheezes

20.Peripheral friction rub

21.COVID-19 case

sounds for Day1、Day3、Day5、Day7、Day11

3.Bloop pressure exercise

Six contents ;included in the contract of heart or lung sounds

iPax catalog download(PDF2MB)

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Price and license

Available with an annual license.

Please inquire about the price to a Kikuzo seller or Telemedica Inc.

mail to: ask@telemedica.co.jp


About licenses

We will issue you a license key to use  iPax for one year. Only one terminal can be registered with a license key. You cannot register more than one terminal with a single license key.

Available terminals and browsers

There are no restrictions on which terminals can use the iPax. You can use it on your computer, tablet or smart phone as long as it has an Internet connection. However, the sound quality may differ depending on the performance of the terminal. Recommended browser, Chrome or Safari.

Others

iPax does not include the Kikuzo speaker, terminals, or stereo branch cables. Please purchase it separately.


Inquiry

Telemedica Inc.

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