MW2810 Patient Simulator

  • MW2810 Patient Simulator
new release


Real, comprehensive simulation of patients with heart diseases and arrhythmias - 88 examples. Real touch, with sounds and data recorded from actual patients, provides a true hands-on education. Easy to transport, simulator "K" can be in attendance wherever clinical training is required.



  • True-to-life reproduction of heart and breathing sounds recorded from real patients.
  • 36 cases of total patient simulation and 52 cases of arrythmia/ ECG simulation.
  • Auscultation sites corresponding to heart valves are located on a life-size body.
  • Objective and standardized finding of simulator “K”provides an incomparable tool for OSCE.

-Training Skills-

  • Assessment of jugular vein pulses at 8 sites
  • Identify different components of normal heart sounds (S1, S2, S3, S4 and OS)
  • Assessment of heart sounds and murmurs
  • Observation and palpation of apex beat at 3 sites
  • Interpretation of ECG


Normal heart simulation
(12 cases)
Heart disease simulation
(14 cases)
(10 cases)
S2 split (-) HR: 60
S1 split (+)
S2 split (+)
S2 wide split
S3 gallop
S4 gallop
pulmonic ejection sound
S3 and S4 gallop
innocent murmur
midsystolic click sound
S2 split (-) HR: 72
S2 split (-) HR: 84
aortic stenosis
mitral regurgitation
mitral stenosis
aortic regurgitation
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
mitral steno-regurgitation
pulmonic valvular stenosis
atrial septal defect
ventricular septal defect
tricuspid regurgitation
acute mitral regurgitation
patent ductus arteriosus
mitral valvular prolapse
dilated cardiomyopathy
sinus arrhythmia
sinus tachycardia
sinus bradycardia
ventricular premature contraction (1)
ventricular premature contraction (2)
ventricular premature contraction (3)
sino atrial block
atrio-ventricular block
atrial fibrillation
atrial flutter
Normal jugular venous waves, arterial pulses and cardiac impulses are simulated, as well as heart sounds such as S2 splitting in the pulmonic area and S3 and S4 gallop sounds in the mitral area. The characteristic findings of the arterial and venous pulse waves are simulated. For example, in ventricular premature contraction, the venous pulsations are normal but arterial pulsation is barely palpable by the premature beat. Characteristic heart sounds and pulse waves are simulated, Such as, ventricular premature beats.

-ECG: Arrhythmia simulation-

  • A-01 normal sinus R
  • A-02 sinus tachycardia
  • A-03 sinus arrhythmia
  • A-04 apc solitary
  • A-05 apc bigeminy
  • A-06 ectopic pacemaker
  • A-07 wondering pacemaker
  • A-08 coronary sinus R
  • A-09 sinus bradycardia
  • A-10 ss syndrome
  • A-11 atrial fibrillation
  • A-12 atrial flutter
  • A-13 atrial flutter fib
  • B-01 atrial flutter
  • B-02 av block
  • B-03 av block & crbbb
  • B-04 av block (digital)
  • B-05 av block (mobitz)
  • B-06 av block (mobitz)
  • B-07 av block (3:1&4:1)
  • B-08 av & crbbb
  • B-09 paroxy atr tachy
  • B-10 av junc R (svst)
  • B-11 av junc R (pat)
  • B-12 av junc R
  • B-13 av junc contraction
  • C-01 V VI pacemaker
  • C-02 atrial pacemaker
  • C-03 vent pacemaker
  • C-04 av seq pacemaker
  • C-05 icrbbb
  • C-06 crbbb
  • C-07 clbbb
  • C-08 clbbb
  • C-09 clbbb (by ami)
  • C-10 wpw syndrome
  • C-11 wpw syndrome
  • C-12 wpw syndrome
  • C-13 vpc (solitary)
  • D-01 vpc (quadrigeminy)
  • D-02 vpc (trigeminy)
  • D-03 vpc (bigeminy)
  • D-04 vpc (couplet)
  • D-05 pvc (repetitive)
  • D-06 pvc (R-on-T type)
  • D-07 non-sustained VT
  • D-08 vent tachycardia
  • D-09 vent flutter
  • D-10 vent fibrillation
  • D-11 vent R (sinus cond)
  • D-12 accel vent rhythm
  • D-13 agonal rhythm

In addition to 36 patient simulations on the left page, the software allows in-depth study of ECG in various arrhythmias. The full size graphic ECG is displayed to practice reading the waves using pause and/or calibrator functions. Fifty-two pre-recorded cases are classified into 4 categories, comprised of 13 cases each.

LSAT ver.2


  • Outstanding sound quality: Cases are recorded from actual patients.
  • 35 lung sound cases: posterior and anterior.
  • Respiration sounds can be monitored graphically.
  • Natural propagation of the sounds.
  • Monitoring and self-learning.
  • The torso rotates on a base.

-Training Skills-

Perform bedside respiratory examination in organized sequence.

  • Lung sound auscultation
    34 lung sound cases and one example of vocal fremitus are prepared.




Simulator “K” ver.2 and LSAT2 share their control system in K ver.2 plus. They cannnot be independent and controlled separatory.


[Set includes]

  • A:1 cardiology torso model
  • B:1 respiratory torso model
  • C:1 controller-table
  • D:1 PC(built-in the unit)
  • E:1 monitor
  • F:1 control PC
  • G:1 external speaker(built-in the unit)
  • H:1 rib sheet(for K ver.2)
  • I:1 cover(for K ver.2)
  • J:1 lung T-shirt
  • K:1 instruction manual
  • L:1 K ver.2 instruction manual
    - built-in help file of software operation
  • M:1 LSAT ver.2 instruction manual
    - built-in help file of software operation
  • N:4 text books



  • K ver.2:Approx. W140xD75xH170cm
  • LSAT ver.2:Approx. W39xD45xH130cm

Publication Referances

  • Development
    Tsunekazu Takashina, Masashi Shimizu, Hidenobu Katayama“ A New Cardiology Patient Simulator ”Cardiology 1997;88;408-413
  • Undergraduate medicine
    Hiroyuki Komatsu, Yasuji Arimura, Takuroh Imamura, Kazuo Kitamura, Akiko Okayama Katsuhiro Hayashi“ Training in physical examination using a cardiac patient simulator for medical students during bed side learning.”Medical education 42(2), 55-63, 2011-04-25
  • Postgraduate medicine
    Tsunekazu Takashina“ The Postgraduate Education of Basic Clinical Skills and Patient Management ”ACC-JCS Joint Symposium: Postgraduate Cardiology Education: A Comparison of the US and Japan, The 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society (2004)
  • Postgraduate medicine
    Kanji Iga, Hiroyuki Tomatsu, Hiroyasu Ishimaru“ Effect of Repeated Training in Physical Examination with a New Cardiology Simulator for 1st-year Medical Residents Shortly after Receiving Medical Licenses ”Medical Education 2001; 32(2) : 107-111
  • Nurse students
    Tomoko Ito, Yoshihiro Asanuma, Shoko Inomata“ Evaluation of teaching cardiological examination skills to student nurses with the simulator –Using “Ichiro”, the new cardiology patient simulator ”The Journal of Japan Society for Health Care Management Vol. 4 (2003-2004) No. 3 P 406-411