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Visible Body has recently released a new app called Skeleton Premium 2 which aims to improve anatomical understanding of the skeleton.
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, […]
3D Muscular Premium Anatomy is a worthy addition for any healthcare practitioner interested in musculoskeletal anatomy. The combination of impressive detail and 3D graphics mean this app is a market leader
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.
Visible Body have developed a range of cutting edge 3D anatomical models. They have released popular versions of their anatomical software previously reviewed for both iPhone and iPad which have both been incredibly successful. They have now brought this popular series to the Mac App Store which is exciting news for physicians, medical educators and medical students everywhere.
A detailed comparison of the top anatomy apps currently available for the iPad based on the following essential functions: content, ease of use, quality of anatomical illustrations and overall benefit to practicing physicians
It’s hard to believe that it was less than a year ago when anatomy apps were little more than drawings and textbooks digitized for use on mobile devices. In fact, in my previous review of Heart Illustrated I was lamenting the fact that anatomy apps of the day didn’t really take advantage of the touchscreen […]