This is a review of 3 Anatomy Apps developed by Modality, but from the following textbooks: Clemente’s, Rohen’s, and Moore’s. We comment on how these applications could take advantage of the iPad’s screen size and resolution and be used to visually educate patients on specific anatomic pathologies.
Author: Alex Drossos, MS3
With Apple’s soon to be released iPad re-energizing the tablet market, there has been much speculation on how the tablet will transform personal computing. However, the tablet has been with us for quite some time. Almost a decade ago, I started testing and using Windows-based Tablet PCs for two cancer centers in Canada. They worked […]
This app utilizes the advanced graphics of the iPhone and is a good learning tool for cardiac anatomy and physiology. The 3D manipulation of this app is similar to the 3D brain app, making it fun to use while you’re learning.
This app’s goal is to improve your ECG reading skills. The app has examples of different ECGs, along with detailed sections of teaching you how to read ECGs.