Virtual scenarios for cardiology are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.
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Authors developed and share OpenLabyrinth virtual patient cases for the cardiology.
VP CARDIO Case 1
Popescu Mihai, a 50 years old male, presented in the Emergency Department with nausea, vomiting, epigastric and chest pain. He stated that the symptoms started after doing some physical effort, 1 hour before presentation. From his medical history we know he is hypertensive and a type II diabetic.
VP CARDIO Case 2
Ionescu Victor, a 55 years old man presents in the Emergency Department after an episode of syncope at home, accusing dyspnea at rest. Talking to the patient you find that he is a smoker and works as a professional driver for long distances. He was diagnosed 5 years ago with chronic venous insufficiency, but he is not currently under any medication.
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|VP CARDIO Case 1||22.5.2020||MEFANET user||–|
|VP CARDIO Case 2||22.5.2020||MEFANET user||–|
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citation: Majerník Jaroslav, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz: CLEVER Cardiology Virtual Patients Cases. Multimedia support in the education of clinical and health care disciplines :: Portal of Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice Faculty of Medicine [online] , [cit. 27. 11. 2020]. Available from WWW: https://portal.lf.upjs.sk/articles.php?aid=104. ISSN 1337-7000.