Here at Scientific Software Solutions, we understand how important it is to
ensure our products are current and best suited to cater to the needs of medical professionals.
Not only are we constantly developing new and improved versions of PedCath in order to assist in the care of patients with
congenital heart disease, but we are also developing services that help professionals better educate and care for patients through
our PedHeart line of educational products.
See below for more detailed information on our current endeavors and works in progress.
- PedCath 8 provides the means for medical professionals to seamlessly submit IMPACT registry data to the ACC. For more information about the IMPACT Registry, see our PedCath 8 Overview page.
- The PedHeart Resource is the most comprehensive website of its kind, devoted exclusively to congenital heart disease education. Turn any browser into a multi-level teaching tool for staff. The Resource includes detailed defect and treatment descriptions, in-depth tutorials, a searchable image library, numerous patient handouts, and over 1,200 PowerPoint slides in 7 languages. For more information about the Resource, visit PedHeart.com
- The PedHeart Community Web is patient-oriented, fully illustrated, and covers all major defects. Access information on tests, procedures, adult concerns, nutrition, health, exercise, and pregnancy. Complex procedures are made clear with hundreds of illustrations and vivid animations.
Community Web is hosted, updated, and maintained by experienced professionals. It provides outreach to your community in both English and Spanish. It even helps fulfill JCAHO mandated patient teaching requirements. For more information about the Community Web, visit PedHeart.com
- PedHeart's pair of Field Guides provide the ultimate in portable education. The Illustrated Field Guide to Congenital Heart Disease and Repair features hundreds of color illustrations, showing defect anatomy, surgical and interventional procedures, conduction anomalies, fundamentals of echocardiography, and much more. Its new companion volume, the Illustrated Field Guide to Adult Congenital Heart Disease, is perfect for the cardiologist with a growing number of adult congenital patients. It provides an overview of the anatomy, evaluation, medical/surgical management and adult concerns for most defects. For more information, visit: PedHeart.com