Interactive Rheumatology Tutor: A Multimedia Guide to Clinical Rheumatology on CD-ROM / Edition 1 available in Multimedia
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- Cambridge University Press
This innovative and fully interactive guide to clinical rheumatology contains a wealth of multimedia material and provides an absorbing introduction suitable for medical students, general practitioners and trainees in rheumatology. Interactive case histories and quizzes structured according to abilityengage the user in an active learning process that is in sharp contrast to traditional rheumatology texts. The application is heavily illustrated with clinical photographs, x-rays, explanatory diagrams, and scan images. In addition, specially prepared video clips clearly demonstrate physical examination and injection techniques. The interactive approach encourages directed self-learning and provides a unique, real-life simulation of the most common clinical problems encountered in the rheumatology clinic and in surgery. For more background information on rheumatological disorders, there is also an extensive, searchable database of articles on key topics in rheumatology. Together, these elements provide a self-contained and comprehensive introduction to the practice and study of rheumatology. System requirements: This product is compatible with PC machines running Windows 3.1+ or Windows 95. Recommended 486 processor (or faster); 8 MB RAM (ideally 16 MB); quad-speed (or faster) CD-ROM drive; multimedia system with audio (external speakers ideal); display setting at 640 x 480 (desirable but not essential) with at least 256 colors.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||4.92(w) x 5.55(h) x 0.43(d)|
Table of ContentsSystem requirements This product is compatible with PC machines running Windows 3.1+ or Windows 95. Recommended: 486 processor or faster; 8Mb of RAM (ideally 16Mb); quad-speed (or faster) CD-ROM drive; mulitmedia stayem with audio (external speakers ideal); display setting at 640x480 (desirable but not essential) with at least 256 colours. Windows 95 users are advised that the CD-ROM should automatically install, without manual intervention, once it has been placed in the CD-ROM drive. Users should not manually intervene until prompted to do so by the screen.