- Added caching of menus and videos for faster performance.
- Added the Female Anatomy to the Rotatable Human Figure
- Added Airplay Support
- Various Bug Fixes
Now available, the Blausen Respiratory Atlas provides a comprehensive set of respiratory-related 3D animations, detailing 37 conditions and procedures. Whether respiratory specialist, general practitioner, student or consumer, this is an ideal resource for communicating core concepts, right in the palm of your hand and right at point of care. Derived from the Blausen Medical award winning, world's largest medical animation library, the animations (each approximately 1-2 minutes in length) serve as an ideal starting point for patient understanding.
"A must have for healthcare providers... Quite simply, we found the videos to be brilliant... A vast library of medical information... the Medical Glossary is a great feature." Mobihealthnews
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that if you have previously purchased any Blausen Medical Atlas app, be sure to use the "In App Purchase" option within that app for purchasing additional Blausen Atlases. The content is the same and you will avoid being charged twice.
NOTE: REQUIRES INTERNET (WI-Fi OR 3G) CONNECTION.
Used as a complement to academic learning tools, the app can accelerate and reinforce understanding and comprehension of respiratory-related conditions and procedures.
In addition to the 37 respiratory-related 3D animation videos, the new Blausen Respiratory Atlas includes:
- 360 degree rotatable 3D Human Figures showing nine full body systems, e.g. circulatory, muscular, nervous, etc.
- Searchable medical glossary, cross referenced to the respiratory-related animations, images and definitions
- Detailed still images derived from the animations
How Lungs Function
Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
Upper Respiratory Infection
As a mobile means of patient education, the Blausen Respiratory Atlas has no equal in information quality, scientific accuracy or ease of use. It is a dynamic way to help alleviate fears and concerns by simply explaining and showing, in 3D animation, the basic anatomy and physiology as it relates to respiratory-related conditions and treatments. In the hands of professionals, students or consumers, it is an educational tool that goes well past static illustrations, bringing core concepts to life and accelerating understanding.
Portions of this application developed by CodeMorphic.
- October 01, 2011 New version 3.3