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.
Tag: Student Apps
Review of MedPage Today Mobile App, which puts the breaking news and commentary of the website as well as the ability to obtain CME credits into the palm of your hand.
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Review of the iRadiology App, a learning tool with a catalog of over 500 radiology cases designed to help medical students and residents improve their plain film,CT, and MRI reading skills. The cases are derived from Dr. Gillian Lieberman, who is the currently Director of Harvard Medical Student training and Associate Director of the Residency Program at Beth Israel Medical Center. In this review we’ll discuss the application further and also show you how to turn on the “Zoom” feature built into the iPhone that will enable you to improve the utility of this medical app.
Review of the ECG Interpreter App, a learning tool that provides practice in interpreting a variety of ECG’s.
The free applications covered in this post include: A Framingham Scale, Drug Trials App, and A Radiology App
Comparison of the Instant ECG app verse the ECG guide app. We compare the two most popular ECG apps in the App Store and crown our favorite ECG iphone app.
Review of Grays Anatomy Deluxe Edition App, an anatomy learning tool. While it has great text to go with is images, those images could certainly be better. Still, its affordable pricing makes it worth looking at.
This app contains some of the same fun to use 3D animation we liked in the 3D Brain App, but lacks an essential component, labels for the Anatomy.
This app is free, fun to use, and useful at the same time. You can zoom, rotate, and manipulate the images in a 3D fashion.
If you want an app that helps make your call nights easier than check this out. The purpose of this app is to help you ask the right questions and offer the correct protocol when you’re on call and presented with patients in acute distress.
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.