NeuroRad™ for the iPad version 3.1 is now available!
Since it's release, NeuroRad™ for the iPad hit #1 highest grossing medical app in 53 countries and reached the top 10 in 83 countries!
Version 3.1 features optimized 64-bit and iPad Pro compatibility. All NeuroRad™ atlases include all advertised content - no subscriptions, in-app purchasing or internet connection required. NeuroRad™ remains fully compatible with excellent performance on all iPads with standard or Retina displays running iOS 8 and later.
Independent review site iMedicalApps.com NeuroRad™ review conclusions:
▪ NeuroRad™ for iPad is a great app for medical professionals
▪ NeuroRad™ for iPad is a fantastic application for radiology residents with an excellent neuroradiology atlas
▪ Has a range of uses for healthcare professionals ranging from student to resident
▪ An all-round excellent application for those interested in neurological imaging
NeuroRad™ for the iPad is an efficient and practical clinical NeuroRadiology reference. NeuroRad™ is designed for use by anyone involved with or interested in the interpretation of imaging of the brain, including radiologists, neuroradiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, ER and referring physicians. Medical students, residents, fellows and others in the healthcare field will find NeuroRad™ a useful learning and reference tool.
NeuroRad™ is written and designed by an American Board of Radiology certified Neuroradiologist with a Neuroradiology CAQ, a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology and over 20 years of clinical experience.
Three main sections are available:
• The clinical Neuroradiology atlases are designed for quick reference, without inefficient elements such as obscuring and crowding pushpins or complex label toggles requiring multiple touches. Multiple unique multitouch atlases, including a fully labelled anatomic structure multiplanar MRI Atlas of the Brain with axial, sagittal and coronal images, a colorized vascular territory atlas, and multiple arterial and venous CT and MRI angiography atlases including colorized 3D spin and tumble image sets. The atlases are optimized for the iPad's multitouch interface and large screen.
• An up-to-date organized collection of live internet links to useful neuroradiology and related websites. Includes many hard to find reference sites.
• A collection of differential diagnosis lists and quick reference guides for selected topics. Primarily a text-based resource, the Reference section features coverage of vascular neuroradiology, including summaries of both imaging features as well as numerous radiological and clinical classification and grading scales.