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Carla Sá-Couto *

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MODELAÇÃO E SIMULAÇÃO DAS TRANSIÇÕES HEMODINÂMICAS DURANTE O NASCIMENTO

A combinação de um modelo matemático e um script controlador de eventos permitiu a simulação das complexas transições hemodinâmicas ao nascimento. A simulação da evolução das pressões e fluxos sanguíneos, desde o período fetal (feto de termo) até 24 horas após o nascimento, oferece uma visualização única destes fenómenos, com grande potencial educativo.

*Carla Sá-Couto
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A MODEL FOR EDUCATIONAL SIMULATION OF HEMODYNAMIC TRANSITIONS AT BIRTH
Pediatric Research,
67(2):158-165

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
Acerca del trabajo completo
A MODEL FOR EDUCATIONAL SIMULATION OF HEMODYNAMIC TRANSITIONS AT BIRTH

Título original en castellano
UM MODELO PARA A SIMULAÇÃO EDUCATIVA DAS TRANSIÇÕES HEMODINAMICAS AO NASCIMENTO



Autores
Carla Sá-Couto1, Peter Andriessen2, Willem Van Meurs3, Diogo Ayres De Campos4, Pedro Sá Couto5
1 Coordenador, Investigador, Centro de Simulação Biomédica, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, Coordenador Técnico e Logístico, Investi
2 Médico, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Máxima Medical Center
3 Investigador, Ineb—instituto de Engenharia Biomédica, Investigador Principal
4 Médico, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade Do Porto; Ineb—instituto de Engenharia Bio, Professor Auxiliar; Investigador
5 Docente Universitário; Investi, Department Of Mathematics - University Of Aveiro; Ineb—instituto de Engenharia B, Assistente; Investigador


Acceso a la fuente original
Pediatric Research
http://www.nature.com/pr/index.html
El artículo se relaciona estrictamente con las especialidades de siicsalud

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El artículo se conecta secundariamente con las especialidades
    
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2. Van Meurs WL, Good ML, Lampotang S. Functional anatomy of full-scale patient simulators. J Clin Monit 13:317-324, 1997.
3)Sá Couto CD, Van Meurs WL, Goodwin JA, Andriessen P. A model for educational simulation of neonatal cardiovascular pathophysiology. Simul Healthc 1:4-9, 2006.
4)Zijlmans M, Sá-Couto CD, Van Meurs WL, Goodwin JA, Andriessen P. Corrected and improved model for educational simulation of neonatal cardiovascular pathophysiology. Simul Healthc 4:49-53, 2009.
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Autora invitada
8 de abril, 2010
Descripción aprobada
30 de agosto, 2010
Reedición siicsalud
2 de junio, 2011
Otros artículos de Carla Sá-Couto
Sá-Couto CD, Van Meurs WL, Goodwin JA, Andriessen P. A model for educational simulation of neonatal cardiovascular pathophysiology. Simul Healthc 1:4-9, 2006.
Zijlmans M, Sá-Couto CD, Van Meurs WL, Goodwin JA, Andriessen P. Corrected and improved model for educational simulation of neonatal cardiovascular pathophysiology. Simul Healthc 4:49-53, 2009.
Goodwin JA, Van Meurs WL, Sá-Couto CD, Beneken JEW, Graves SA. A model for educational simulation of infant cardiovascular physiology. Anest Analg 99(6):1655-1664, 2004.
Van Meurs WL, Sá Couto PM, Sá-Couto CD, Bernardes JF, Ayres-de-Campos D. Development of foetal and neonatal simulators at the University of Porto. Med Educ 37(Suppl.1):29-33, 2003.


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