～ Products ～
A speaker dedicated to auscultation that has never existed before. Reproduces a realistic auscultation sound at the same frequency as the living body. You can use your stethoscope to listen to auscultatory sounds and palpate your pulse and thrills.
iPax is a virtual simulator to learn auscultation by moving the chestpiece icon on the screen over the anterior chest illustration.
It can be used on either a smartphone or a computer, with no restrictions on location or time.
iPax is used in the Health and Labor Science Research Project that JQ* is working on(considering the introduction of a computer system for the national examination for medical practitioners).
*JQ・・・The Japan Council for Quality Health Care
・Site of Dr.Kawakita’s group(the case of iPax)
・considering the introduction of a computer system for the national examination for medical practitioners
from Medical Education(Japan) No.53,3,2022
Treatise 1 Dr. Y. Matsuyama
Treatise 2 Dr. H. Kawakita
iPax Log management / content creation
You can browse the usage history of students and set original cases.
You can check the content you used and the results of the quiz, and post your own image / video data to create original content.
iPax monitoring / auscultation site recording coming soon
The iPax monitoring function allows the administrator to centrally manage user screens using iPax. The auscultation site of each screen is recorded as data and can be read at any time. Movie
The auscultation site recording function is a recording one of the site where the user places the chestpiece icon on the iPax screen (the site of auscultation).
The longer the chestpiece remains still, the stronger the color of the area.
These features help reduce the burden on university administrators when conducting OSCE.
When the QR code is read, the designated case is displayed on your screen. By distributing QR-iPax to students, they can study not only basic auscultation practice, but also other findings with iPax as a case study.
It is a smartphone application that allows you to move the stethoscope on the screen to listen to the heart sounds.Download and use from the iOS and Android app stores.（Free download, with in-app purchase）
～ Contact us ～