The Best Ultrasound App

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[custom_headline type=”center” level=”h1″ looks_like=”h4″ accent=”true” id=”” class=”” style=””]The Best Ultrasound App[/custom_headline]
[text_output]In recent years, we have seen apps that we never would have thought possible. In addition to this, we have seen some strange additions to the app store reach the top 10 in the charts so it is relatively unpredictable as to how well an app will perform these days. However, there are also apps that are nothing short of useful and this can be applied to what we believe is the best ultrasound app РOne Minute Ultrasound by Ultrasound Podcast. Of course, apps have an ever-growing history with fun games and unique experiences but Ultrasound Podcast has developed an app that will be used by those who are learning or educating others on the art of the ultrasound.[/text_output]
[text_output]One of the best things about this app is that it has all the information you will ever want and need regarding the topic of ultrasounds. Ultimately, this means that the only way the app will need changing is if there is a major development or change within the industry itself. Along with short one minute demonstrations, the app also boasts full lectures and clips that will explain everything one would need to know about the medical process. From descriptions to pathologic images, normal images to hand positioning, One Minute Ultrasound will pull up a demonstration and show you the exact details of the procedure.[/text_output]
[text_output]Although this app has a particular focus on young doctors and nurses who need to learn this important procedure, there is also no reason why experts with years of experience also cannot benefit too. With a wealth of knowledge and an abundance of content, the app is a must-have for all. Included in the app, you will find relevant information such as; passive leg raise, cardiac output, soft tissue, gallbladder, EFAST, DVT, EPSS, shoulder dislocation, transvaginal, kidneys, aorta, sterile procedure, ocular, small bowel obstruction, diastology, and more.

As you can see, the ultrasound app holds all the information that will ever be needed and can be used for revision purposes, as a reminder, for teaching purposes, and more. Recently, medical teachers and lecturers have used the app in a classroom and lecture hall for the benefit of the students. By using some form of projector or mirroring program on a mobile device, the screen can be projected to whole classrooms or meeting rooms.[/text_output]

[text_output]In terms of the specifications, the app requires iOS 4.3 or later and it can be used with the iPhone as well as iPod Touch and iPad. Currently, the app nearly has 50 ratings with an average of over 4.5 stars. However, the most recent version of the app has a 100% 5 star rating. When it comes to reviews, they are outstanding with most saying that the app is a lot better than the blurry images that can be seen in classes. Similarly, others have said that the app is a great way to refresh the basics and remember skills that aren’t taught every day.

There we have it, the best ultrasound app on the market and it is completely free. With this by your side, there is no way you will ever need a different type of resource![/text_output]

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