Patient models are created with the ASL 5000 software using two file types: Var files (.vr3) and Script files (.sct). It is essential to understand how these two file types are used to run a simulation…Read more.
With the ASL 5000, you have the ability to save your scenarios and use them again and again. Find out how to save files properly to run a simulation and have your scenarios appear in the patient library…Read more.
A Var file is comprised of two major groups of settings. Learn how these settings are used to build a patient model…Read more.
With the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator, you have the ability to create an apneic episode interactively during any scenario…Read more.
The ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator gives you the ability to create a patient with independent inspiratory and expiratory resistances. This type of advanced patient modeling is used to simulate…Read more.
In a recent study, the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator was used to create a patient diagnosed with COPD and a normal patient devoid of ailments limiting pulmonary function…Read more.