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3D Bronch

ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree, Now With High Definition Internal Images

ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree, Now With High Definition Internal Images

3D Bronch

by American College of Chest Physicians
3D Bronch
3D Bronch
3D Bronch

What is it about?

ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree, Now With High Definition Internal Images

3D Bronch

App Details

Version
1.4.0
Rating
(9)
Size
119Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
October 23, 2013
Release date
April 3, 2012
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree, Now With High Definition Internal Images

Experience the new ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree anatomy training app, featuring interactive 3D anatomy and real internal images, designed for the interactive learning of the bronchial tree, lymph nodes, and pulmonary vasculature. The app was created by the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP), the global leader in providing education in cardiopulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.

Key features

• Intuitive 3D anatomy training model
• Pulmonary artery, aorta, and lymph nodes
• Real internal images of the bronchial tree
• Rotate and zoom functions
• Opacity functions
• Terms and labels
• Highlight segments
• Search functions

Use
This app is an interactive tool for training health-care professionals and students in bronchial anatomy and bronchoscopy. It is also useful for clinicians wanting to show patients the anatomy related to bronchial procedures or for other matters related to the pulmonary vasculature.

Information
View an overlay of the pulmonary vasculature or internal images on the home screen, or view the relative placement of the pulmonary vascular structures when used in conjunction with the lymph node view. Turn “Term” functions on or off by touching the Terms icon, and use opacity sliders to enable a clearer view of the bronchial tree and lymph nodes.

The bronchial tree and corresponding real internal images are shown in the “Bronch Images” view. As the user runs a finger down the bronchial tree, these images change, as if using a bronchoscope.

Note: The ACCP 3D Bronchial Tree FAQ page includes a guide for using the app and can be accessed through the information icon at the bottom right of the home page.

There is no CME associated with this app. For more information about the ACCP and other virtual and live education opportunities, please visit www.chestnet.org.