Hematology Outlines: HH Rashidi MD & JC Nguyen MD
By Richard Stoner
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*** Top rated Hematology atlas on the app store ***
Hooman H. Rashidi MD and John C. Nguyen MD
* The anticipated iPhone Hematology Atlas is now available free of charge. Similar to the iPad atlas, the iPhone hematology atlas provides the same content while being optimized for the iPhone user. We hope you enjoy this new resource. *
Outlines is a comprehensive full-featured medical education application available for both iPad and iPhone.
The Hematology Atlas allows multiple interactive options (e.g. rapid side-by-side comparisons of the individual entities, etc.), encompasses the normal and abnormal hematologic entities and displays them all through a very user-friendly environment. It depicts the individual cell types (e.g. RBCs and precursors, granulocytes and precursors, lymphocytes and precursors, etc.) in a visually stimulating style and allows the user to review the morphology, clinical relevance and look-a-likes in a very efficient manner. Multiple 3D diagrams and charts are also incorporated to enhance the user experience. For added educational tools (e.g. virtual slide self-assessment, etc.) and app tutorial, please feel free to visit the online Atlas at www.HematologyOutlines.com.
The Hematology Glossary is an overview of the most commonly used terms in Hematology. It also allows the user to compare multiple topics (similar to the Atlas) and with its easy to navigate search tool, individual entities are quickly found. For added educational tools (e.g. flash cards, etc.), please feel free to visit the online Glossary at www.HematologyOutlines.com.
The software is intended as an educational tool only and designed for health care professionals in-training such as medical students, residents, medical technologists, fellows and anyone with an interest in Hematology. It's a great tool to help studying for the USMLE.
Additionally it may also be used by physicians as a visual aid tool for their patients (e.g. to show the patient what their hematopoietic diseased cells may look like). However, use of this material for clinical diagnosis and/or patient management is prohibited. This is an educational resource only.
* Interactive comparison tool (enables comparison of multiple subjects): Present in both Atlas & Glossary
* Quick search tool: Present in both Atlas and Glossary
* 3D cartoon images of entities: Present in the Atlas under the individual entities
* High Yield Diagrams and Tables for hematopoiesis and RBC abnormalities (e.g. RBC infections, abnormal RBC morphologies, RBC inclusions, etc.)
* Interactive "Compare" feature within each entity broadens the user experience and enhances the learning process: Present in the Atlas
What's New in Version 1.0.4
Fixed bug introduced in iPad layout of 1.0.3
Great Study Guide for Hematology!
It's easy to search and well organized. Very helpful while studying blood cells!
One of the few issues I encountered is that the "Feedback" button on the app doesn't really work, it wouldn't respond at all.
I was wondering whether more cells such as prolymphocytes, rubriblasts, prorubricytes, methemoglobin, etc. can be added to the list?
Also, some images that are on the web version were not on the app version (the images that need to click on "additional image" link in order to be seen).
Thank you so much for making this app!
A Great Guide For Everything Hematology
This is a great study tool for hematology. Almost every term is accompanied with a slide, and a brief detailed description. I highly recommend for Med students!
Great just great!!
Best app ever! Has nice pictures and decent descriptions as well! Best part is that it's free! This is like one of the few apps that is really good and is ACTUALLY free!!
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Aug 01, 2013
- Version: 1.0.4
- Size: 40.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Richard Stoner
- © Hematology Outlines, 2012
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.