BANGALORE, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
It is over a decade since Focus Medica took the first tentative steps into the nascent field of digital publishing. Focus Medica, one of the first publishers to provide digital content by successfully exploiting the vast potential of 3D animations has conceived over 275 innovative digital titles in Medicine and Health that communicate intricate and complex biological concepts.
These videos complemented by narration and created with the expertise of Global opinion leaders can benefit the medical fraternity, teachers, students and patients alike. This Publisher of the world's first ever animated anatomy atlases and animated medical dictionaries, has titles ranging from the Animated Anatomy Atlases which explore inner recesses of the human body and their functions through 3D animations, already translated into Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and German apart from Indian languages; Animated Dictionaries that facilitate learning medical terms through the visual medium; Understanding Diseases that provide animated overviews of most diseases; FAQs & Animated Quick References on common diseases & disorders; and the more specialized Animated Medical Atlases that elucidate the course of disease progress explaining their mechanisms, and treatment actions at the molecular level. Each one of them is an appealing reference source for medical professionals, students and patient care givers.
At a time when learning anatomy using the rare cadaver pose challenges and students have to be content with artificial models of human organs, Focus Medica's virtual Animated Anatomy Atlases come as a great blessing. Availability across all digital platforms and ease of translation into any language has played a key role in galvanising Focus Medica's global reach. For instance, the Junior Animated Atlas of Human Anatomy and Physiology app has over 1000000 views while The Animated Essential Atlas has been viewed by over 800000 people across the globe.
It is little wonder therefore that two of the Focus Medica medical apps have been voted to be ranked in the top 10 medical apps from among more than one hundred thousand apps in the world. More than 65,000 doctors from US voted for the Junior Animated Atlas of Human Anatomy and Physiology app as the sixth best medical app, while the Animated Quick Reference-Diabetic Foot appeared in the 10th position at the first ever AppRx Awards given by US-based HealthTap, an online interactive health services company. The more advanced animated Digital Anatomy Atlas currently in production would undoubtedly be a great reference source for medical professionals and students the world over.
Mrs. Padmaja. V
SOURCE Focus Medica India Pvt Ltd