Say you’re a doctor who needs to explain to a patient what a CABG is and why you think it would be beneficial in the long run. Wouldn’t it be great to have a quickly accessible video on hand that demonstrates the basics of the procedure? That is what the Blausen Human Atlas for the iPhone provides: a good selection of images and narrated animations demonstrating all kinds of conditions, treatments, and anatomical information.
Developed on a 6-7th grade reading level, the Human Atlas provides readily accessible and understandable educational content. It is an excellent point-of-care digital tool for patients, healthcare professionals, students, and consumers.
The new Human Atlas 2.0 app retails for $19.99 from the Apple iTunes App Store. The included 15 categories have approximately 10 video animations each. Expanded content upgrades must be purchased through the 2.0 app and are $3.99 – 4.99 per atlas topic.
Some of the features:
360 degree rotatable 3D Human Figures showing nine full body systems, e.g. circulatory, muscular, nervous, etc. Searchable 1,500+ term medical glossary, cross referenced to related animations, images and definitions 1,200 detailed still images from the 3D animations Ability to purchase optional expanded content atlas upgrades with additional animations for each of the 15 topics, from Cancer to Urinary.
Here’s the video introducing the atlas and a short demo of a walk through the application:
Product page: Blausen Human Atlas