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Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad

This app is designed as a quick reference tool to be used by practicing anesthesiologists or anesthesiology residents who are performing regional anesthesia

This app is designed as a quick reference tool to be used by practicing anesthesiologists or anesthesiology residents who are performing regional anesthesia

Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad

by One Tooth Monster LLC
Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad
Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad
Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad

What is it about?

This app is designed as a quick reference tool to be used by practicing anesthesiologists or anesthesiology residents who are performing regional anesthesia. It includes suggestions for ultrasound machine and probe placement, needle insertion site/angle, as well as anatomical ultrasound picture with surrounding structures. This app is best used as a warm up tool and should not be considered a comprehensive review of materials. What is presented in the app is based on our own clinical experiences and not medical evidence. We hope you enjoy!

Regional Anesthesia Assistant for iPad

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
27Mb
Genre
Medical Reference
Last updated
October 30, 2015
Release date
October 28, 2015
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App Store Description

This app is designed as a quick reference tool to be used by practicing anesthesiologists or anesthesiology residents who are performing regional anesthesia. It includes suggestions for ultrasound machine and probe placement, needle insertion site/angle, as well as anatomical ultrasound picture with surrounding structures. This app is best used as a warm up tool and should not be considered a comprehensive review of materials. What is presented in the app is based on our own clinical experiences and not medical evidence. We hope you enjoy!