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MedicActiV aims to become a library of virtual
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and paramedical specialties in initial and continuing healthcare training.

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Endovascular repair of the abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) with ultrasound guidance

Medical establishment affiliation: Stanford Medicine Authors : Pr Aalami

Target: Medical students Summary:

A man aged 65 arrives for an initial consultation, a check up for an asymptomatic AAA. The second consultation shows enlargement of AAA, which can lead to complications and requires surgery. The third consultation consists of the ultrasound-guided placement of a stent by the femoral route. The fourth consultation sees the patient in the Intensive Care Unit for post-operative follow-up

Objectives:

Main objective: learning to use minimally invasive therapeutic options to treat abdominal aortic aneurysm
The abdominal aortic aneurysm
can be treated with an endovascular approach if the anatomy is appropriate. Ultrasound guidance can minimize complications
The purpose of this clinical case is to learn the conditions of use of the endovascular approach and to understand the benefits of ultrasound guidance and how to carry out this guidance through virtual reality.

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Man aged 63, progression of heart failure after hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (Cardiologist)

Medical establishment affiliation: Haut-Leveque Cardiological Hospital of University Hospital Bordeaux Authors : Dr François Picard

Target: Specialist Summary:

After being discharged following the implantation of a defibrillator with resynchronization and after a stay in a rehabilitation center, you will monitor your usual patient as general practitioner during two to evaluate his cardiopathy. This takes place following the case of man aged 63 hospitalized for heart failure

Objectives:

– reassessment of severe heart failure,
– therapeutic optimization.
– consider defibrillator with cardiac resynchronization.

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Man aged 63, progression of heart failure following hospitalization for atrial fibrillation (General practitioner)

Medical establishment affiliation: Haut-Leveque Cardiological Hospital of University Hospital Bordeaux Authors : Dr François Picard

Target: Specialist Summary:

After being discharged following the implantation of a defibrillator with resynchronization and after a stay in a rehabilitation center, you will monitor your usual patient as general practitioner during two consultations to review his heart failure and diabetes. This follows the case of the man aged 63 hospitalized for heart failure

Objectives:

– early reassessment of severe heart failure after rehabilitation and installation of a defibrillator with resynchronization
– reassessment of diabetes,
– prevention of decompensation.

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Man aged 63 hospitalized for heart failure

Medical establishment affiliation: Haut-Leveque Cardiological Hospital of University Hospital Bordeaux Authors : Dr François Picard

Target: Specialist Summary:

A patient is sent to the Emergency Room by his general practitioner for acute sudden onset dyspnea. You will care for this patient as a surgeon and then as a hospital cardiologist for the outpatient consultation.

Objectives:

– management of acute heart failure and atrial fibrillation.

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Cardiological Progression of a cardiovascular disease of a man aged 57 to 58 years (Cardiologist)

Medical establishment affiliation: Haut-Leveque Cardiological Hospital of University Hospital Bordeaux Authors : Dr François Picard

Target: Specialist Summary:

Care of a patient with multiple cardiovascular risk factors at the request of a general practitioner colleague.
You will monitor the patient as a cardiologist during 4 consultations. This case is carried out alongside the general practitioner in the Cardiovascular Progression case of a man aged 52 to 58 (General Practitioner)

Objectives:

– diagnosis of heart failure
– etiologic assessment and prognosis
– therapeutic strategy

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Cardiovascular progression of a man aged 52 to 58 (General practitioner)

Medical establishment affiliation: Haut-Leveque Cardiological Hospital of University Hospital Bordeaux Authors : Dr François Picard

Target: General Practitioners Summary:

Cardiovascular progression over 6 years of a patient with multiple risk factors, first consultation for a simple routine medical check-up. 5 consultations.

Objectives:

Primary medical prevention report
– diagnosis of heart failure
– therapeutic optimization and monitoring of heart failure.

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