By Ravish Amin The anatomy heart lecture app for Android is a free app designed to help you review heart anatomy using images of the heart labeled with audio clips.
By Ravish Amin On rotations, it is necessary to log patient notes in charts but to also have data available for use during presentations, morning report, or to review. Progress notes may be just the app you need.
By: Ravish Amin Treating atrial fibrillation is a hot topic with physicians because it affects about 2.2 million Americans – about three to five percent of people over 65 according to the American Heart Association. Electrical cardioversion, atrial pacemakers, drugs, radiofrequency, and surgery are options for treating this […]
By Ravish Amin CellAtlas combines mini lectures by hematology experts with an extensive cell image database to give med students more bang for their app!
By: Ravish Amin Cramming for neuroanatomy becomes a thing of the past once you understand and can visualize each portion of the brain.
by: Ravish Amin Need a way to review first aid procedures, improve patient care, and stay healthy?
By: Ravish Amin A new study has found that doctors who used the iResus © application as a CPR prompt devices had skills that lead to a better outcome during a patient’s cardiac arrest.
By: Ravish Amin Medical technology is evolving fast and students increasing rely on digital education resources for rapid elearning. Central to any student’s retention of information are software applications that combine accurate medical content with intuitive user interfaces.
By: Ravish Amin Two apps help surgeons, residents, surgical interns, medical students, and PA’s keep track of case info and surgical risks.
By: Ravish Amin Researchers have figured a way to use Microsoft Kinect in conjunction with OpenNI and PrimeSense NITE to present a real-time skeletal view of the person standing in front of the Kinect. As seen in this video, such technology has exciting applications for anatomy.