Follow Tom Lewis on Twitter: @thomasllewis Use of mobile apps to support orthopedic surgeons in a range of clinical situations has been widely recognized. The ability to access clinical knowledge on the go or explain various pathologies to patients whilst utilizing a range of media has the potential to significantly improve clinical practice. There are a […]
Essential Anatomy by 3D4Medical is another strong step forward for the company and anatomy apps in general. The 3d anatomy engine and impressive graphics bring a new clarity to anatomy education. The addition of further anatomical structures will continue to enhance the utility of this impressive app.
Orthopaedic patient education is a content filled app which orthopaedic surgeons may find useful in a clinical scenario. There are potential user interface improvements however this is minor as the app is generally well designed and useful.
Last night we discussed the emerging use of anatomy apps in medical education and its implications. Joining us were special guests Andrew Bowditch, CEO of Visible Body, and Robert Cairnduff, content director for 3D4Medical.
How has the development of anatomy apps affected how medical students learn anatomy? Will iPads soon replace cadavers as the staple of anatomy class? Come chat with iMedicalApps tonight at 9pm EST on Twitter as we discuss anatomy apps and medical education! Joining us will be special guests from two major anatomy app developers: 3D4Medical, […]
Apple kicked off the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco today with an impressive keynote where they made a number of key announcements which will have a number of implications for physicians and medical educators everywhere. Apple featured a video where they demonstrated the range and use of anatomy apps developed by 3D4Medical who […]
March is here, and that means nicer weather along with March Madness! Because we know you have busy lives (along with a lot of basketball to watch) we have condensed for you our top, favorite posts of March thus far. For this installment, we discuss everything from the new iPad to ways you can take an idea for a healthcare app and turn it into a reality. We also look at ways social media is influencing various aspects of patient care.
Apple held a media event in San Francisco today where they introduced the new iPad. The new iPad is set to be released in a number of countries on March 16th and brings a number of updates which will signifcantly appeal to the medical community.
Shoulder Pro III is the most advanced and detailed 3D model of the shoulder available for the iPad. The level of anatomical detail is very high and offers a wealth of visual learning material. This is one of the most advanced anatomy apps available in the App Store today.
The NOVA series by 3D4Medical are rapidly becoming the de facto choice for anatomy visualization on the iPad. Muscle System Pro III is no exception and is a significant update which brings a host of useful features. This app is ideal for visual learners and anyone wishing to get a detailed glimpse into the musculoskeletal system.
Heart Pro III is a real step forward for 3D4Medical in terms of education. The updated NOVA apps will all appeal to visual learners of all ages. There is no better app out there for learning cardiac anatomy
3D4Medical are highly regarded in the medical app industry. Their apps have gone from strength to strength winning awards and featuring in many Apple commercials as a demonstration of the capability of the iPad as a platform. iMedicalApps was able to exclusively catch up with John Moore, CEO of 3D4Medical and find out more about the NOVA series and plans for the future.