The Ear ID app helps students and patients learn and professionals teach ear anatomy. Clear full color images and animation, with an ear drum video, shows the normal outer, middle and inner anatomy of the ear.
• Structure ID: as each part is touched, the part highlights and the name and description text changes. There are 26 structure parts. Description text shows or hides on demand. Includes touch buttons to view outer, middle and inner ear structures.
• Animation: see the parts of the ear in action as a catchy tune is translated from sound waves in to nerve impulses out to the brain.
• Video: a large close-up video of a real ear drum. Stop and pause button for video.
• Two finger zoom and pan of Animation and Structure ID.
• Drawing Whiteboard feature:
- Drawing: freeform lines in red, blue, green or black hue.
- Draw and text directly on active animations and video.
- Text: 36pt, auto wrap, non-movable in red, blue, green or black hue.
- Eraser: touch or rub lines and text on whiteboard to erase.
- Trash: one tap deletes all whiteboard lines and text.
- Screenshot whiteboard direct to Photos App for easy email and printing.
• iOS 6.0+ required, designed for iPad and iPhone.
Otolaryngology - Animated Pocket Dictionary for Android and iOS
The Focus Animated Pocket Dictionaries are the world’s first ever animated dictionaries that provide definitions of medical terms with the aid of realistic and narrated 3D animations, complimented with text definitions. Terms arranged alphabetically making definitions easy to search. These unique visual dictionaries are excellent reference sources for health professionals, students and health consumers. The videos play independent of the internet once downloaded.
The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of OTOLARYNGOLOGY is the first ever animated dictionary in the subject. A valuable reference for physicians and students alike, it covers over 85 otolaryngology related terms and definitions. All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions.
OtoSim Companion is the perfect app to learn about the normal ear and related diseases of the ear. It was created as a companion to the OtoSim Simulator which is widely used by medical, nursing and osteopathic schools worldwide. It can also be used a free-standing reference and otologic atlas. Images courteously supplied by Dr. Michael Hawke (copyright Michael Hawke, Hawke Library, see Legal Notice below).
OtoSim's highly-acclaimed and clinically proven simulator which includes a comprehensive interactive software package is now available as a companion for all your mobile devices. Combining the contents of a professional grade otology textbook with hundreds of images from the OtoSim library, OtoSim Companion is unmatched both as a teaching tool for otoscopic teaching and as a personal, pocketable, reference manual.