Anatomy i-Pocket fulfills its role as a flash card based anatomy refresher app. The clear diagrams and simple user interface allow relevant anatomy to be accessed rapidly whilst the level is suitable from medical student to practicing physician.
ModalityBODY Thieme Atlas of Anatomy App, an interactive app for medical students and physicians, is a great resource but it comes at a hefty cost.
An app that helps clinicians master normal cardiac anatomy. While lacking in key areas, its pricing does make it an app worth considering.
Learning anatomy from a textbook feels outdated. Turbocharge your studying with anatomy videos on your iPhone from an experienced professor of clinical anatomy.
The venerable Atlas of Human Anatomy, by Netter, comes to life on the Android platform via a Skyscape application.
Our goal here is simple – to help connect physicians, nurses, PA’s, NP’s, EMT’s, and students to the apps that will help make them better at caring for patients. Whether that’s by learning anatomy better, having tools to share with your patients, or an accessible refresher on how to do procedures, there’s a lot out […]
A versatile app covering 27 common procedures that are used by primary care providers. This application is packed with videos, images, and text.
This is a review of the iPhone medical app, Procedures Hospital Collection. This app uses extensive multimedia to teach you 15 key medical procedures.
Free iPhone Medical Apps for physicians, medical students, and other health care providers that are useful in the hospital, clinic, or for educational use.
Today Kaplan Publishing and ScrollMotion announced they will be bringing an extensive suite of USMLE and MCAT apps to the iPhone, with hints of a broader use for the iPad. Currently Kaplan has some USMLE apps already in the App Store, such as the USMLE Disease Deck, an app we weren’t too impressed with. However, […]
It was only a matter of time before partnerships between medical textbook publishers and the iPad development community emerged. One key partnership the Wall Street Journal just announced is between ScrollMotion (app developer) and McGraw-Hill’s Education division, with the purpose of developing e-books for the iPad. And why does this matter? Because if you’re a […]
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.