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, : Cyclewin. American Journal of Physiology 271: 5-S76

Part of a special issue on advances in physiology education. Cyclewin (Joseph Boyle III, New Jersey Medical School, Newark) is a very simple, user-friendly, Windows-based simulation of the cardiac cycle in normal and in common pathological states. The program consists of text and graphs depicting a variety of cardiac events, with cardiac sounds available to users with a sound card. A manual is not necessary, and the program contains some outstanding features. However, Cyclewin could be improved by including animations and by allowing the user more input. The software is appropriate as a lecture aid or self-instructed computer laboratory for upper division students and those taking a first course in medical physiology.


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