MyEchocardiography is the most advanced Transthoracic Echocardiography online simulator (Transthoracic Echocardiography Virtual system). learn TTE Echocardiography in one week! It is free!
Simulator is designed for medical faculty students and doctors who want to study echocardiography or increase their knowledge. User can Make all general measurements and calculations according guidelines of American Society of echocardiography (ASE). Detailed specifications of the simulator can be found below.
All the basic modes
Two-dimensional echocardiography (B-Mode)
One-dimensional echocardiography (M-mode)
Pulse Wave Doppler
Continuous Wave Doppler
Doppler and 2D
Linear measurments, area, volume.
All the basic calculations
LV EF% - Left Ventricle Ejection Fraction (Simpson’s Single Plane, Biplane), LV FS% - Left Ventricle Fractional Shortening, CO - Cardiac Output, SV - Stroke Volume, Cl - Cardiac Index, LV Mass - Left Ventricle Mass, PA pressure - Pulmonary artery pressure.
Assesment severity of the pathology
Volume and fraction
PHT (pressure half time)
Virtual echocardiography can make all basic calculations which are recommended by the American Society of echocardiography (ASE) for assesment of the severity of the disease:
MV Regurgitation: Regurgiration Area, Reg Area / LA area, PISA, Regurgitation volume and fraction (Continous equestion), Vena Contracta.
Ao Stenosis: Pic Velosity, PG mid, AVA by Continous equestion.
Ao Regurgitation: PHT, D reg / D Lvot, Area reg / CSA Lvot, PISA, Vena Contracta, Regurgitation volume and fraction (Continous equestion).
TV stenosis: MG mid, TVA by Continous equestion, PHT. VTI.
TV Regurgitation: Regurgitation area, PISA.
PA stenosis: Flow velosity, PG systol.
PA Regurgitation: Regurgitation jet size.
PA preassure measurement: Systol pressure, Diastole pressure, Mid pressure.
See more Video tutorials: LV mass, LV Ejection fraction (EF%), Assessment of Aortic regurgitation
Assessment of Mitral regurgutation
by regurgitation area,
Assessment of Mitral regurgitation
regurgitation volume and fraction.
WHere to start ?
For simulation please use web browser Microsoft Internet Explorer (and desktop computer), other browsers and mobile devices do not support simulator.