Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 22 May 2017

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108 MB

Category

Medical

Description

More than 1 million healthcare professionals use Figure 1 to:
◦ Recognize rare conditions in their patients
◦ Sharpen their medical knowledge on the go
◦ Share de-identified teaching cases with a global community
◦ Communicate with one another from remote or isolated locations
◦ Send secure, encrypted direct messages to their colleagues

Figure 1 helps you:
◦ View thousands of real-world teaching cases from physicians and nurses in hundreds of specialties
◦ Page healthcare professionals around the world for instant feedback
◦ Communicate with your colleagues using secure, encrypted direct messaging

The best way to connect with:
◦ Physicians at world-renowned hospitals in more than 190 countries
◦ Healthcare professionals practicing in extreme trauma units, refugee camps, and remote areas of the world
◦ Institutions like Doctors Without Borders, Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, and Massachusetts General Hospital

Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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