Orthopedics is a fully-featured flash card app that includes:
+ Main Deck
+ Faves Deck
+ Ignore Feature
+ Shuffle Ability
+ Choice of Primary Side
+ Search Feature
+ Beautiful, Easy-to-Use Interface
Individual cards can be added to or removed from a built-in "Faves Deck" at any time. Use the "Faves Deck" to study only the cards that really give you trouble.
Cards can also be "ignored." If you've mastered a card, just add it to the "Ignore List."
Both the "Main Deck" and the "Faves Deck" can be shuffled at any point.
You can also select which side of the card (front or back) you want as the primary side.
There's also a search feature and a complete index!
The "Flip" button really flips the card (just like a real flash card!) and the arrows can be used to navigate to cards within a deck.
Perfect for orthopedists, doctors, paramedics, nurses, medical students or anyone interested in medicine!
Download Orthopedics today because your education can't wait!
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The information is divided into sections. Each bone of the human skeleton was rendered especially for this program trying to give the highest quality graphics.
Each bone of the skeleton s can be given to increase or decrease the size you can display on any screen resolution. Valuable information useful and practical in the palm of your hand. Educational reference for all.
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SPEED QUIZ 3D: Featuring 140 bones and landmark locations, plus an audio option that speaks the correct pronunciation of each structure as the quiz progresses. The quiz is randomized, and you can choose from a half quiz (70 questions), the full quiz (140 questions), or practice mode where you practice 10 questions at a time on an area you need help with.
REFERENCE MODE: Choose the structure that you want to see, then view written comments, listen to the correct pronunciation, view diagrams of the structure, and see it rotating in 3D that you control, plus images of the real bone!
DIAGRAMS: 12 pages covering the entire body. Each diagram is high resolution and can be zoomed in for detail.
3D MODELS: Nine 3D models which you control. Each model has stops along the rotation that are labeled, so you can get a better sense of what you are viewing. Includes the ankle, wrist, cranium, torso, elbow, knee, vertebrae, pelvis and sacrum.
VIDEO: Learn the basics of the skeletal system in this high quality 10-minute video.
Visual Bones is an interactive reference, and education tool. It not only covers bones from all the main regions of the body but also includes internal skull bones, laryngeal skeleton,ear bones, hand bones and foot bones. In additional, it includes several ligaments in the shoulder region,ankle and knee region and 6 types of synovial joints. Over 100 bone markers are added.
The app contains over 200 high-resolution images including 13 single bone images (major bones) from Gray’s Anatomy and more than 300 feature points which can be interactively selected. All region bone images were generated from the 3D rendering of the 3D virtual human skeleton. Once a feature point is selected, a bone or region is highlighted and it can be viewed in the anterior, posterior or lateral view. Each feature has its own label and short description.
The app also has 3D rotational models for the skull, internal skull, rib, shoulder, pelvis, and knee.
The app also has search function which can be used as searching the labels of all feature points. In additional, over 300 position quizzes and 3 quizzes with 76 multi-choice questions also are included.
This app’s primary use is as a learning tool but can also be used for any professional who needs the occasional reminder. Additionally, this app is ideal for physicians, educators or professionals, allowing them to visually show detailed areas to their patients or students - helping to educate or explain conditions, ailments and injuries.
★ No internet connection is required.
★ Tap and Zoom - zoom into and identify any region, bone or other feature by tapping on the screen.
★ Quiz mode – can be used as the flash card as it displays the highlighted region with no label.
★ Quick Navigation - jump to a different region by selecting the thumbnail.
★ Multi-choice quiz.
★ Great for learning anatomy and physiology
★ High-resolution images.
★ Free periodic updates.
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HOW TO USE:
The user is presented with a high-quality 3D bone images. The user can zoom in to any area by tapping on the zoom in button and using the single finger panning function. The feature point (cross) can be selected by tapping on it and bone or region is highlighted. Detail button allows you to switch on/off the short description. Quiz mode button allows you to switch on/off the label and short description. The rotation icons on the top of screen can be pressed to change the view of bones.
When you input more than one characters, the search function automatically gives a list of potential key words. You can just select one of them from the list. The result will be the feature point on the anatomy image, label and short description.
For Sony Ericsson xperia users !!!!!!
1. Please use menu button on your phone to activate the menu option on your main acitivity windows(The icon windows).
2. Click the Text Transparent Setting option
3. Select the Opaque option.
That will solve the description cut-off problem.
The setting will be saved so that you do not have to set it everytime you start the program.
Bulleted descriptions that succinctly describe how to perform each test
Full-motion video demonstrations that do not require internet access to view (unlike any other smartphone application available)
Every physical exam maneuver you need to accurately diagnose your patients’ musculoskeletal complaints
Includes methods for assessing every major joint including the spine
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- A "must have" orthopedic app pick by Orthopedics Today, December 2012
- Rated a "Top App" by TopOrthoApps.com
Ortho Traumapedia is designed to provide quick access to information important to the treatment of adult skeletal trauma. Based on extensive literature review, Ortho Traumapedia compiles the current standard of care in a high-yield, easy to use format including dozens of original images to help visualize fracture patterns and radiologic findings.
Originally developed by orthopedic surgeons for orthopedic surgeons, practitioners of all levels and specialties who encounter adult skeletal trauma will find Ortho Traumapedia useful as a condensed reference and educational tool. Whether you’re a primary care or emergency physician, physician’s assistant, nurse practitioner, resident or medical student, Ortho Traumapedia provides highly pertinent information regarding skeletal trauma right at your fingertips.
Ortho Traumapedia is organized into chapters by bone (for fractures) and joint (for dislocations). Each chapter is divided into four sections: Facts, Imaging, Classification and Treatment:
Facts begins with epidemiology and common injury mechanisms. This is followed by an outline of pertinent anatomy, eponyms and variants. Finally, patient presentation, examination and management tips are presented.
Imaging begins with the standard radiographic examinations for each anatomic region. This is followed by injury-specific views, relevant metrics and findings as well as supplemental modalities.
Classification outlines the most common classification systems used to describe the selected injury.
Treatment begins with general treatment principles and reviews treatment in the acute setting. This is followed by standard of care options grouped by injury pattern. Common complications associated with the injury are included at the end of this section.
Simply select the bone or joint you’re interested in from the main menu and navigate between the four sections with the buttons on the bottom of the screen. Return to the main menu by pressing the left arrow in the title bar. There's never been a simpler, more mobile skeletal trauma reference!
***After 10,000’s downloads of “OSCE Trainer”, One 2 One Medicine brings you its next app to aid revision for medical students around the world!***
This app is an ideal revision aid for medical student finalists sitting Single Best Answer (SBA) exams. The app contains over 400 SBA questions, each with 5 possible answers and an explanation to the correct answer for each question. Difficulty level can be selected, as each question has been graded 1-3 in complexity.
Users can also analyse their progress, as well as their results using the integrated graphical feedback under the ‘Results’ tab.
Questions are split into the following 15 medical and surgical topics:
- General Medicine
- General Surgery
- Trauma and Orthopedics
- Hepatic-biliary Surgery
- Practice and test mode
- Graphical feedback and analysis of users progress and results
- Difficulty setting – all questions are ranked 1,2 or 3 in complexity.
- Ability to ‘Star’ difficult / interesting questions, placing them into a quick drop box to be relooked at later.
- 'Exam mode' which runs consecutive, random SBA questions
You can manipulate the model, make Zoom, rotate, move the camera.
Display the natural model or diviciones.
The text information can be maximized or minimized to read comfortably to prioritize the model.
When selecting a bone, the bone will change color, so you see its limits and what their ways.
Valuable practical and useful anatomical information in the palm of your hand. Educational reference.
* Recommended Hardware
2 cores processor or higher
1GB of RAM or higher
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The information is divided into sections.
Each bone of the human skeleton was rendered especially for this program trying to give the highest quality graphics.
Each bone of the skeleton s can be given to increase or decrease the size you can display on any screen resolution.
Valuable information useful and practical in the palm of your hand. Educational reference for all.
Bones, skeleton, education, medicine, skull, skull, anatomy, body, human, man, reference, femur, ribs, clavicle, sternum, vertebrae, spine, jaw, escuala, university culture.
The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of Orthopedics, the first ever animated dictionary in the subject, fills that void quite effectively. A must-have resource for physicians and students who would greatly benefit from this module, it covers 92 Orthopedics related terms and definitions.
All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions. This free app has 5 Videos, to see the complete list please 'buy' and download to play independent of the internet.
1.- Anatomical information
2.- Morphological Information
3.- 3D view human skeleton
4.- Image descriptive morphological
6.- Search function
7.- Contact information for custom applications
8.- Designed for Tablets and phones with equal or greater screen Galaxy Mini 2 (3.27 inches)
9.- Supported since android 2.3
10.- Intuitive navigation
11.- Fully Offline
With this new app, you will be able to learn all about every service we offer, as well as these features:
* Interactive Q&A with the doctor
* Check in via email before your appointment
* Contact the office with an emergency
* Make an appointment request
* Follow us on social media
* And much more!
All-Pro Orthopedic and Sports Medicine serve professional and amateur student-athletes, as well as recreational sports enthusiasts and regular patients who care to get the very best orthopedic treatments for the shoulder,elbow, hip, knee, ankle and back injuries.
What exactly is being calculated? As stated previously, the mathematical formula calculates the proper length for femoral and tibial tunnel in ACL reconstruction based off the patients native ACL length. This native ACL length can be calculated from Blumensaat’s line on Lateral X-Ray as both are equal. Both of the calculation and measurement have been validated in the aforementioned research papers.
The first in 1858 and is considered by many to be one of the most iconic and significant medical books of all time.
Gray's Anatomy is now available in your Android phones.
- All illustrations had descriptions.
- Browse by Systems and Regions
- Tap and Multitouch Zoom
- Simple, Easy Interface
- Search by Description texts
- All data on single Download
- It is not necessary to be connect to the internet
- By Systems:
1. Skeletal System
2. Muscular System
3. Nervous System
4. Cardiovascular System
5. Respiratory System
6. Digestive System
7. Endocrine System
8. Urinary System
9. Reproductive System
10. Lymphatic System
11. Integumentary System
12. Sensory System
- By Regions
3. Upper Limb
7. Pelvis and Perineum
8. Lower Limb
We recommend this app for Doctors, Nurses, Students, Teachers
and anyone who is interested in the wonder and complexity of the human body.
This limited edition. Only hundred images available.