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Mobile apps for the Health Sciences: A Guide
Directory of health sciences mobile resources and apps for the Tulane community. Includes free and subscription apps, installation info, buying guides and more.
Bonedoc is a serious game which allows you to perform virtual orthopedic surgery. For 'would-be surgeons' you can have fun, taking virtual X-rays as you fix patients' broken hips. For orthopedic trainees you can get real time feedback on facets of your surgical performance. $2.99
Randomly selects from 300 challenging clinical photos published in NEJM (a new image is added weekly). Simply view an image, choose your answer, and get immediate feedback. From New England Journal of Medicine. $2.99
Your pathogen has just infected 'Patient Zero'. Now you must bring about the end of human history by evolving a deadly, global Plague whilst adapting against everything humanity can do to defend itself.
Collect and map a fictional substance dubbed Element Alpha. This represents genetic cancer data, which might underpin certain types of cancer. Play to Cure™: Genes in Space is the world’s first free mobile game that uses the collective force of players to analyse real genetic data and help beat cancer sooner.