Pocket Atlas of ER Ultrasound v1.6
Total Downloads: 39583.8
This app contains 443 images including photographs showing where to place the ultrasound probe, the actual ultrasound images and explanatory anatomical drawings.
This app is optimized for whatever size device you are using, either phone or tablet. No Internet connection necessary to use app after app is downloaded. The full app content is always on your device ready for quick image and information retrieval. This app is easy to navigate, allowing you to browse the contents or easily search the entire app for words in text or figures.
This app is derived from the pocket guide to the book Emergency Ultrasound, the most widely used reference and educational tool on the subject. This handy app is a great educational reference for accurately performing and interpreting ultrasound images.
The text details essentials such as clinical considerations, clinical indications, anatomical considerations, tips to improve image acquisition, and technique and normal ultrasound findings.
Ultrasound is a rapid noninvasive tool that provides emergency physicians with diagnostic information in real time. Competency in ultrasound can rapidly identify life-threatening conditions and other important clinical diagnoses. Ultrasound is now a requirement in EM residency programs, part of EM physician re-certification and why more and more emergency physicians are incorporating its use in their practice.
The Contents menu option allows you to view all chapters.
The Search menu option allows you search for a specific word or phrase within the chapters, images, and tables.
The Bookmarks menu option allows you see all the chapters, images, and tables that you have bookmarked.
The Notes menu option allows you see all the chapters, images, and tables for which you have written notes.
Disclaimer: This app is intended for the education of healthcare professionals and not as a diagnostic and treatment reference for the general population.
Disclaimer: This app is intended for educational reference only. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, contact a physician.
This interactive app is based on the full content of Pocket Atlas of Emergency Ultrasound by McGraw-Hill.
Editors and authors:
Robert F. Reardon, MD; Ultrasound Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center; Associate Professor, University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, Minnesota
James R. Mateer, MD, RDMS
O. John Ma, MD
Developed by Usatine Media, LLC
Richard P. Usatine, MD, Co-President, Professor of Family Medicine, Professor of Dermatology, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Peter Erickson, Co-President, Lead Software Developer
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