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Tivatrainer Tivatrainer is a pharmacokinetic Simulation program which is capable of showing the blood and effect site concentrations of various intravenous anaesthetics.
Tivatrainer has been used all over the world for explaining pharmacokinetic concepts. It can simulate bolusses and infusions or Target Controlled Infusion(TCI). This new version 9 with an advanced 3D graphical model and tools to calculate population Pk values for example the induction dose related to weight. The administrations modes may vary from manual, target controlled infusion, effect site controlled infusion as well as an IV assist mode whereby the 'ideal' manual input is calculated by the program. The 3 compartment model can be explained as well as the interaction between opioids and one hypnotic. The pharmacokinetic properties of the anaesthetics can be manipulated. Data can be exported to Excel and PowerPoint for presentation purposes.

Software Information System Requirements
Version: 9.0
  • Windows XP, Vista, 8 7
  • Administration rights are required for the installation.
  • 512 MB RAM
License:Free to try, $68.82 to buy
File Size: 1.60 MB
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What is new in version 9:
  • Bigger characters can be selected for some screen elements.
  • Dosage can be entered with the mouse only.
  • Setting up a link in powerpoint to a TIV(single simulation) or a BIV(multiple simulations) file
  • You can display both line graph and model dynamically
  • Drugs will be available in categories to select from on the internet
  • The cumulative dose difference of The Schnider Model and the Marsh model both in TCI mode
  • Upper panel:The Schider model effect site controlled.
  • Lower panel: infusion rates pasted to the Marsh model
  • Decrement time when using boluses Fentanyl and Context Sensitive decrement time of Remifentanil
  • Bigger characters can be selected for some screen elements.
  • Pharmacokinetics can be changed by arrow buttons


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