Respiratory Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

Respiratory Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

By Visible Body

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-02-17
  • Current Version: 6.0.17
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 614.83 MB
  • Developer: Visible Body
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 18 Ratings

Description

Respiratory Anatomy Atlas is a quick visual reference on respiratory anatomy, physiology, and common pathologies. This iPhone/iPad app includes dozens of 3D models, animations, and illustrations. This app is ideal for professional reference and as a tool for patient education on topics including breathing, swallowing, speaking, asthma, COPD, and sinusitis. Content in this app includes: (1) Animations and illustrations (2) Dozens of 3D models of respiratory structures, along with a limited number of models from other body systems. (3) Definitions and pronunciations for over 50 anatomical structures of the respiratory system. (4) Descriptions of 20 common diseases. What you can do with this app: (1) See structures of the respiratory system in 3D. Study any structure’s name and pronunciation, or read about its function and common diseases. (2) Quick access to 24 preset views. Customize these views by adding or dissecting any respiratory structures. Save or share views. (3) Test your knowledge: Take quizzes with over 100 quiz questions that review respiratory structures. Here is a list of all the content in Respiratory Anatomy Atlas: Animations: Breathing External respiration Dalton’s Law Nasal cavity mucosa Respiratory structures Breathing rate Sneezing Pneumothorax Acute sinusitis COPD H1N1 Asthma Illustrations: Full respiratory system Upper respiratory system Lower respiratory system Alveolar structure Gas exchange Respiratory pathologies 3D Respiratory Structures: Pharynx Oropharynx Nasopharynx Laryngopharynx Piriform sinus (fossa) Vestibule of larynx Epiglottic vallecula Corniculate tubercles Cuneiform tubercles Laryngopharynx Eustachian tube, R Nasal conchae (turbinates), inferior (lower) Nasal conchae (turbinates), middle Nasal conchae (turbinates), superior (upper) Eustachian tube, L Larynx Ventricles of larynx Larynx Vestibular folds (false vocal cords) Vocal folds (true vocal cords) Nasal cavity Hiatus semilunaris Paranasal sinuses (membranes) Ethmoid sinuses, anterior group (membranes) Maxillary sinuses (membranes) Ethmoid sinuses, middle group (membranes) Ethmoid sinuses, posterior group (membranes) Sphenoid sinuses (membranes) Frontal sinuses (membranes) Trachea Tracheal cartilaginous rings Trachea Bronchi and subdivisions, R Primary cartilaginous rings, R Primary bronchus, R Tertiary (segmental) bronchi, R Secondary (lobar) bronchi, R Higher order branches and bronchioles, R Secondary cartilaginous rings, R Bronchi and subdivisions, L Primary cartilaginous rings, L Primary bronchus, L Higher order branches and bronchioles, L Secondary (lobar) bronchi, L Tertiary (segmental) bronchi, L Secondary cartilaginous rings, L Lungs Lung, R Middle lobe, R Inferior lobe, R Horizontal fissure, R9 Superior lobe, R Root (hilum) of lung, R Oblique fissure, R Lung, L Superior lobe Oblique fissure, L Inferior lobe, L Root (hilum) of lung, L

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Reviews

  • Respiratory Anatomy Atlas

    5
    By ManuelRBatista
    I recommended this to my brother and now he is in love with the whole pack of apps. He has tried them all and is happy!
  • Respiratory Anatomy Atlas

    4
    By PamelaArbaje
    Just one of those new uses for technology that make it worth all the trouble. Provides doctors with everything they need.
  • Respiratory Anatomy Atlas

    5
    By GisselleBatista
    Recommended app for doctors and medicine students. Has all the info they might need about the respiratory system.
  • Unbelievable

    5
    By luquheu
    I never thought an super professional app like this could be on store. This app is so expert and cool to think of. The images and syntax are so clear and interesting. Very valuable to medical students
  • Good

    4
    By Saraths89
    This a good medical app. Must have app for medical students and useful one for respiratory physics. The anatomy is labelled very clearly and 3d makes it easily viewable. App has neat design and is easy to use.Good one.
  • Useful as a supplement to textbook

    5
    By ToBeABlobel!
    The animations and detail in this app help detail what textbook images usually can't do. Amazing app!
  • Amazing

    5
    By challengers990
    The app is good and the graphics are simply amazing. The user interface us nice and I have learned a lot about the respiratory system. Good app
  • Ok for non med school

    3
    By Likesalot
    Since there were no reviews of this in the store I took a risk and downloading this app to help me with my med school respiratory pathology class. Animations are nice, but nowhere near detailed enough for a med school level. Same goes for the pathology section of this, very basic. The 3-D views of the lungs are fine but I don't think they add anything to that watching YouTube videos and using a full anatomy app would do for you. This app might be useful for patient education.
  • Respiratory by visible body

    4
    By Azzinine1
    Easy interaction and nice visuals with definitions to help in your studies.
  • Excellent

    5
    By jtab72
    Great app worth the $$. It is somewhat repetitive at times and could expand on pulmonary diseases. Videos are good but not thorough. Keep working at it. This could be a very valuable app for teaching. I use it in the PFT labs to teach patients.

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