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Volume 25(4), Winter 2015

Veterinary Apps

Dog anatomy canine 3D is an interactive visual reference with over 300 anatomical structures. Rotate the model, cut down through layers, or zoom in. Tap the labels to get details of each structure with audio pronunciation, text descriptions and a close-up view.

This app covers the superficial landmarks, superficial and deep muscles, bones, and organs. Quiz yourself on each section, make your own quiz, or have the app quiz you on just what you missed.

By: Real Bodywork

For: practitioners, students, nurses

Advantages: freshen up on your anatomy

Inconveniences: static, no movements shown

Platform: iOS

Cost: : $ 4.99

Dog anatomy canine 3D

By: David Elbaz

For: veterinary students, practitioners and nurses

Advantages: a practical app for that unexpected visit...

Inconveniences: -

Platform: Android

Cost: $1.99

Exotic vet app provides veterinarians and veterinary nurses with valuable information on nutrition, handling and husbandry on lizards, snakes, turtles, pet birds and small mammals such as guinea pigs and hamsters.

An image gallery provides representations of common diseases and formularies and treatments for each exotic pet species is provided.

Exotic

vet app

Alivecor ECG vet: Veterinarians can receive ECGs results instantly by snapping the AliveCor Veterinary Heart Monitor (which costs $199 through alivecorvet) onto their iPhone 4, 4S or 5.

Once the device is installed, veterinarians can use the app to begin recording (check out this demo video). Notes and ECGs can then be stored in the cloud for greater use.

Alivecor

ECG vet