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“The Most Beautiful Cardiology App on the Market” Pocket Heart, our award-winning 3D Beating Heart App, redefines what engaging medical education content truly is with its elegant design, interactive quizzes, clinical cases and over 30,000 words of learning material. _________________________________________________________ At Pocket Anatomy, we’re a hybrid team of healthcare professionals, educators & software developers that create meaningful and beautiful 3D Interactive medical iOS Apps. WHY POCKET HEART? + All content resides in the app (no need for wi-fi or 3G). + Universal Build – for iPhone and iPad + 30,000 words of detailed anatomical and clinical content. + Intuitive 3D navigation (so you don’t have to scroll through long lists) + Multiple quiz types & options, enabling self-paced learning. + Interactive engaging multimedia content. + Used by medics and clinicians to enhance patient communication and information + Vital App for students of anatomy & physiology enabling them to study-on-the-go. + Teachers and lecturers appreciate the stunning visuals & multimedia content and the ability to use as an in-class learning tool. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING "Great for patient education, especially seeing the heart beat in real time" ***** - ThinkAnatomy.com "Offers students a unique way to view the workings of the heart" ***** - GadgetRepublic.com "Helpful to medical students, residents and clinicians" ***** - MedGadget.com "Pocket Heart is truly a good learning tool for cardiac anatomy and physiology" ***** - iMedicalApps.com PREMIUM CONTENT Pocket Heart is your premium medical education mobile reference tool. It assists the medical, nursing and health care practitioner learn clinically relevant anatomy of the human heart for examination, revision and patient education purposes. The intuitive navigation enables the user to visualize, hear and understand how the human heart works, in 3D. Anatomical structures in each layer are pinned for identification and associated with each pin is additional concise relevant information including clinical notes. OUR COMMITMENT Unlike alternative human anatomy software, our apps have been co-developed with practitioners, educators and medical students (from storyboard phase right through to present day versions on the store). We see our range of apps as ever evolving, and we invite you to join our growing community of more than 1 million users.
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I’m a nurse educator and I use the pocket Heart app in my classes to help enhance active learning and get the students involved. It is nice to show the blood flow and the cardiac conduction system of the heart. The students love being able to see a 3D view of the structures and function of the heart instead of just a picture. Cody
I’m a medical student and downloaded this for the cardiology module. It was useful for visualizing some part of the module especially for being able to watch the atria/ventricle beat timing while thinking about Wiggers Diagrams and EKGs. Which was worth the $3. Id give 5 stars if could see the inside from different dissection angles (there is only one interior option) and if there were diseased heart states- especially the structurally abnormalities.
Omg. This is the best app ever. I have been an ICU nurse for 17 years, and have worked in all the different types of ICU’s plus Emergency room. I am a visual and auditory learner. This app is amazing because it has helped me to visualize the mechanics of the heart, such as moving blood, pumping action and it’s electrical system . I’m really glad I found this app.
For only 99 cents I can refer to this anytime I have a question or just want to learn something new. Anatomically, so easy to understand and identify all structures involved with heart function.
I just recently had an ACS, discovering I had 95% blockage in the LAD, requiring a stent. There was also a branch off that which was lost, but is not in the "pins". I was really looking forward to a good visualization; I keep looking.
Developed by Pocket Anatomy.
Pocket Heart is ranking in Medical & Education
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 3.1.
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Pocket Heart have a 438a user reviews.