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  • Echocardiography Atlas edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD

    Echocardiography Atlas edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD

    Edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

    View examples of normal and abnormal echocardiograms with the Echocardiography Atlas. Access 250 annotated images and 189 videos, encompassing a wide range of cardiac pathology. Zoom and pan echocardiograms, and search for specific diseases, without the need for a network connection.

  • modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    ** Highlighted by Steve Jobs in Apple's 2010 WWDC Keynote **

    Use modalityBODY to organize, annotate, search and store thousands of medical images and create custom image collections for study and reference.  modalityBODY, exclusively for iPad, offers a groundbreaking anatomy and medical image reference and training solution for health sciences professionals.

    Get started in one of two ways:

    1) Import your own images, drop pins to create annotations, and organize them into albums.

    2) Visit the modalityBODY store and register to both download free and paid premium content from world-class commercially available anatomical and medical imaging atlases and flash cards.  SylviusMR and the Atlas of Anatomy Sampler from Thieme are available today for free, with much more coming soon.

    The size and quality of the iPad display, combined with its portability and ease of use, makes it a revolutionary device for interacting with medical images. The modalityBODY App for iPad is a gateway that allows you to create extensive, customized image libraries of the human body for professional reference, training, and patient education.

  • Pocket Medical French with Audio

    Pocket Medical French with Audio

    Communicate with, diagnose, and treat French-speaking patients more effectively at the point of care with Pocket Medical French by Epocrates, a leading provider of clinical solutions to healthcare professionals. Over 1.1 million healthcare professionals use Epocrates products worldwide.

    Please note that an Epocrates account is required to use this app. Registration is free and takes just a minute to complete.

    Over 400 visual text and audio pronunciations of key questions allow for faster, more effective communication at the point of care. Listen to the phrases to learn the subtle variations in tone and accents, or play the audio pronunciation to communicate with patients.

    Practice the pronunciation at your own pace and convenience. Patient responds in "Yes-no" answers or commands. All you need to understand are "Oui," (yes) "Non," (No) and "Je ne sais pas" (I don't know).

  • Medical apps on iPhone demonstrate value, potential

    11/30/2009 by Erik L. Ridley, Aunt Minnie

    CHICAGO - Image viewing applications might seem like a natural choice for radiologists seeking to outfit their iPhones for professional use. But other types of medical apps -- and those still to come -- also offer much potential value, according to research presented Monday at the 2009 RSNA meeting in Chicago.

    "There are actually a variety of other different [app] categories that can make our lives easier," said presenter Dr. Trushar Patel of Weill-Cornell Medical College in New York City. "And hopefully in the future we will see that happen."

  • Review: Rohen's Photographic Anatomy for iPhone

    2/4/2010 by Dr. Jessica Otte, Dr. Ottematic

    You can almost smell the formaldehyde! Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and Modality Inc. have put together, exclusively for iPhone, a collection of cadaver dissection anatomy flash cards. Included in the app are 211 full-colour photos, based on the printed atlas by Joel Vilensky, Rohen’s Color Atlas of Anatomy: A Photographic Study of the Human Body, Sixth Edition.

  • Cardiac ultrasound teaching brought to the iPhone – Echocardiography Atlas medical app gets reviewed

    7/12/2010 by Amit Patel, MD, iMedicalApps

    Cardiac ultrasound represents an often-called-upon imaging modality for diagnosis and surveillance in a wide range of both inpatients and outpatients, including those with myocardial infarctions, congestive heart failure symptoms, cardiomyopathies, congenital valvular abnormalities, suspected endocarditis, and so many more symptom presentations and illnesses.

    Not only should cardiologists be facile with the interpretation of echocardiograms, but many physicians and physicians-in-training can benefit from a familiarity with formal as well as beside ultrasound imaging of the heart.

    Here we review the Echocardiography Atlas App, edited by a Harvard Medical School professor and designed by Modality.