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Radiology - Imaging in Stroke

Version 1.2

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Radiology - Imaging in Stroke

BestApps BV

Medical, Education

IOS
GBP 19.99


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Diagnostic Radiology - Imaging in Stroke

◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ This fully interactive app offers beautifully annotated, real clinical data sets to illustrate the key concepts of imaging in stroke.

▸ The app extensively reviews neuro-anatomy, crucial for understanding the pathophysiology of stroke, before interactively showing every aspect of imaging the ischemic brain and its vessels.

▸ Easily search differentials, or look up imaging findings for any kind of stroke.

▸ The interactive index makes it an ideal tool for quick look-up when on-call.


See also the review in Radiology 269(2):338-9



Release notes


Version 1.2
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▸ Support for new devices and iOS 13

Version 1.1
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▸ Adds Cross-chapter Contextual Full-text search from the Index

▸ Adds 3D Touch support to search the Index, directly from your home screen



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The Vault - Security Made Easy
The Vault - Security Made Easy

Free
Do you...
... have trouble remembering tens or hundreds of online passwords?
... write passwords down somewhere, even though you know this is not the safest thing to do?
... use the same ("cleverly" modified) password in multiple places, instead of using properly randomized passwords that offer the best security?
... sometimes wish you had a photo of a creditcard, passport or other document handy?
... want to securely store lots of other confidential information, photos, animated GIFs, office documents, you name it?
... want all this to be secure, but still very simple to use?

Then ◆The Vault◆ is for you!

The Vault provides straightforward, easy to use, secure storage for all your documents and other data, such as passwords, login credentials and any other confidential information. It can securely store any number of documents, images, screenshots or photos along with your confidential information.

* 256-bit AES encryption *
While storage and access is simple, The Vault uses rock-solid, industry standard encryption.
[technical details below]


◆ ◆ ◆ WHY IS IT BETTER ? ◆ ◆ ◆

▸ See all features: bit.ly/TheVault-Features

▸ The Vault is very simple to use, yet it employs industry-standard encryption to keep your data safe.
(Some other - payed - apps do too, but some apps advertised as "secure" really do not, and for example save your data using a simple base-64 encoding: your information looks scrambled, but is as readable as plain text when you know how).

▸ The Vault will - never - show ad banners! We hate them too.

▸ The Vault stores information on * your * device. Not on some server somewhere on the net.

▸ Securely storing information is as simple as entering free text!

▸ The Vault can securely store photos and pictures from your camera or photo library; for example a copy of your passport, credit card, or just the serial numbers of some equipment you own. Anything.

▸ The Vault can securely store - and play - animated GIFs.

▸ The Vault can securely store *any* office or other document.

▸ Many secured documents can be viewed directly from The Vault, including PDFs, Keynote, Numbers, Pages, Powerpoint, Excel and Word files.

▸ You can optionally import data exported from your previous password app (or any other source that can provide the data).

▸ Automatically and securely backups your data!


◆ ◆ ◆ TECHNICAL DETAILS ◆ ◆ ◆

This is the part that matters.
This is the part that is hard to get right.
This is the part that makes the difference between actual security and insecurity.

Claiming “military-grade” (or “industry standard” ;-) encryption is meaningless.
Even claiming “256-bit AES encryption”, in itself is not very meaningful.

Example:
Claiming “military-grade” encryption and subsequently simply hashing a master passcode - e.g. using SHA, MD5, or, god forbid, nothing at all (!) - is NOT good.
What ís good is to use a proper key derivation algorithm such as PBKDF2, scrypt or bcrypt.

Another example:
AES is better than ancient algorithms such as Blowfish, Twofish or 3DES.
But even for AES: an app that does not combine encryption with authentication... is doing it wrong. Currently there is some consensus that the best construct is to first encrypt a message and then calculate a message-authentication code, instead of the other way around.

These things matter.

◆ ◆ ◆
The Vault uses PBKDF2 key derivation with an HMAC-SHA512 PRF, and HMAC-SHA256 Encrypt-then-MAC authenticated 256-bit AES encryption, using CommonCrypto functionality only. All cipher and MAC worker keys, as well as all salts and IVs, are purely random data. Keys and IVs are never reused. Each singular piece of data is encrypted with a unique random encryption key, and authenticated with a unique random HMAC key.
Your Master Passcode is never stored; and neither are the derived cipher keys.
◆ ◆ ◆


THE ONLY THING ●YOU● HAVE TO DO?
Choose a long master passcode. Make it long, and make it random!
Read more about why and how inside the app....
Thoracic Imaging Fundamentals
Thoracic Imaging Fundamentals

£28.99
Diagnostic Radiology - Fundamentals of Thoracic Imaging

The "Fundamentals of Thoracic Imaging" was Minnies 2015 Semi-Finalist - Best Radiology Mobile App!
- AuntMinnie.com

◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ Get your hands on a revolutionary new way to master the fundamentals of thoracic imaging, by accessing the knowledge of today’s experts on tomorrow’s technology.

▸ This fully interactive app offers extensively annotated, real clinical data sets to illustrate the fundamentals of thoracic and cardiac imaging.

▸ The app covers a wide spectrum of diseases and lays the foundation for the systematic evaluation of chest images.


See also the review in Radiology 2013;269(2):338-9...
Radiology - Clinical Anatomy
Radiology - Clinical Anatomy

Free
Diagnostic Radiology - Clinical Cardiac Anatomy

--> From the makers of the award-winning Diagnostic Radiology App Series


◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ This app is a teaching and reference resource focused on clinically relevant cardiac anatomy that will be of interest to medical students, residents and fellows and experienced cardiovascular imagers.

▸ The app contains fully interactive, scrollable cross-sectional imaging datasets with thousands of images and over 20,000 annotations!

▸ The app has a dynamically searchable index with hundreds of anatomical entities that directly link to the relevant cardiac structure in several different orientations: transverse, coronal and sagittal orientations as well as the cardiac axes (horizontal long axis, vertical long axis and short axis).

▸ In addition to displaying every anatomic structure in the heart, the app contains clinically relevant information such as commonly-used systems to report coronary artery CT scans according to recommendations from the Society for Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) and maps of coronary artery perfusion territories in different anatomical orientations....
Radiology - Imaging in Stroke
Radiology - Imaging in Stroke

£19.99
Diagnostic Radiology - Imaging in Stroke

◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ This fully interactive app offers beautifully annotated, real clinical data sets to illustrate the key concepts of imaging in stroke.

▸ The app extensively reviews neuro-anatomy, crucial for understanding the pathophysiology of stroke, before interactively showing every aspect of imaging the ischemic brain and its vessels.

▸ Easily search differentials, or look up imaging findings for any kind of stroke.

▸ The interactive index makes it an ideal tool for quick look-up when on-call.


See also the review in Radiology 269(2):338-9...
MR Imaging in Prostate Cancer
MR Imaging in Prostate Cancer

£19.99
Diagnostic Radiology - MR Imaging in Prostate Cancer

◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ Dive into prostate cancer MR imaging guided by one of today's leading experts.

▸ The app quickly brings the reader up to speed on MRI technique and interpretation, clinical uses of MRI, MRSI, and DWI in prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment-planning and follow-up after treatment.

▸ These topics are then further discussed in a set of 'Daily Practice', 'Advanced Level' and 'Expert Level' fully interactive cases.


See also the review in Radiology 269(2):338-9...
Radiology - Aortic Imaging
Radiology - Aortic Imaging

£19.99
Diagnostic Radiology - Imaging of Aortic Disease

◆ ◆ Go beyond paper and do Radiology ◆ ◆

▸ This beautifully illustrated, interactive app offers authoritative guidance about indications for imaging, image interpretation and treatment options for aortic disease. It is of interest to cardiologists, radiologists, cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons and other specialists interested in the practical aspects of acquiring and interpreting imaging studies of the aorta.


▸ Many interactive examples of common and less frequently encountered aortic pathologies.

▸ Includes treatment options and possible complications, when appropriate, comprehensive tables are available.

▸ Also contains an in-depth chapter about imaging before and after TAVI placement

▸ The app has a dynamic searchable index that takes you directly to the interactive topic of interest


See also the review in Radiology 269(2):338-9...