Radiology Teaching Files App Fully Optimized for iPad July 1, 2010Posted by tomography in iPad, Radiology.
The iPad continues to make room for itself in healthcare and here is the latest: Radiopeadia, the largest online Radiology resource has updated its teaching files so that they are more enjoyable on Apple’s Ipad. Read the press release below:
Melbourne, Australia, July 1, 2010 – Radiopaedia.org, a collaborative, online resource for the global radiological community, is pleased to announce that its popular iPhone app Radiology Teaching Files Version 2.0 has been fully optimized for the iPad which features multiple scrollable stacks with up to 350 images per case plus links to additional online cases. Head and Neck, the first of six volumes, is now available for purchase from iTunes App Store.
Radiopaedia.org ensures the Radiology Teaching Files App for the iPad has improved on the usability and flexibility of its iPhone application by allowing multiple scrollable stacks on each case with up to 350 images per case. Plus, the vivid LED-backlit IPS display of the iPad makes it ideal for viewing radiological images with unprecedented clarity. With many images per case, radiologists use the teaching files to test and improve their diagnostic skills, review discussions and reports as well as link to additional cases on line.
This iPad app is available in both a LITE and FULL version. The LITE version contains ten cases per volume, is absolutely free and is ideal for someone new to Radiopaedia.org.
Each FULL version includes a minimum of 50 individual cases in each volume, with additional cases made available as occasional free updates. The cost of the full app is $5.99 USD. All proceeds go towards the maintenance and further development of the Radiopaedia.org, which continues to honor its commitment to provide all of its online content for free.
The Radiology Teaching Files app for the iPad is available at the iTunes App Store. Get started for free with the LITE version: find it in the AppStore or get over 600 images with the full version for just $5.99USD find it in the AppStore here.
I also recommend dr. Berci Meskó’s fantastic blog post titled “Apple Ipad in Healthcare: Pros and Cons”