June 14, 2012 in Medical (F)
[prMac.com] Oxford, United Kingdom - Working with University College London Medical School, we know how hard it is to teach undergraduate doctors and nurses about clinical examination, so we made an App for that. AnswersIn Medicine has announced AnswersIn Cardiovascular Examination 1.0 for iOS.
Learn how to examine the heart and peripheral vascular system as you have never been able to before. With this app, understand the major clinical signs.
* Heart sounds
* Assessment of capillary refill time
* Quincke's sign
* Pulse rhythm and character
* Measuring blood pressure and the JVP
View high quality animation of all the major heart valve lesions and their accompanying heart sounds, murmurs and clicks. Listen to audio explanations (supporting multi-tasking) and export all or part of the transcripts. Learn history taking skills for chest pain, dyspnoea, oedema, palpitations, syncope and claudication. Link direct to Prof Epstein's clinical examination Twitter feed.
Our customers say:
"Thanks for the trial of this app. Really enjoyed it and think it would be very useful for our students. Definitely intend to recommend it." Neil, Clinical Teaching Fellow, Dundee
"Please could you notify [me] of all new products. The resources are excellent quality, and just perfect to have on my iPhone." Paul, Junior Doctor.
AnswersIn Abdominal Examination already published. Further clinical examination App releases in the near future.
Professor Owen Epstein, a leading physician, teacher and lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital Campus of UCL Medical School
AnswersIn Medicine series - delivering specialist level knowledge to your iPhone / iPad / iPod touch.
* iOS 4.0 or later
* iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
* 147 MB
Pricing and Availability:
AnswersIn Cardiovascular Examination 1.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category.
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