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As a leading global scientific publisher Springer keeps looking into creating new and innovative products and services to deliver its quality content. The advent of applications on mobile devices is a development that has progressed at a rapid pace, in obvious parallel with the development of mobile technology.
We look for creative, innovative and top quality products & services enabling researchers, students and professionals to work more efficiently, thereby advancing knowledge and learning.
Find out what these apps can do for you!
AJCC Cancer Staging Handbook
As of Jan 2010 everyone in the US of America is supposed to use the new 7th edition of the AJCC Cancer Staging Handbook.
Full TNM classification at your fingertips - along with a unique Staging Calculator which allows you to enter T,N,M variables and determine the stage instantly. An index of the latest ICD codes facilitates quick searching
Get the calculations you need quickly and simply:
- Tap on the TNM icon to get the staging table
- Tap on the TNM icon again to get the calculator
- Tap on the Tumor size in the T column (T0 - T4)
- Tap on the Node size is the N column (N0 - N3)
- Tap on the Metastisized in the M column (M0-M1)
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The Gilsanz and Ratib digital Hand Bone Age atlas for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch brings this essential radiology reference to radiologists, endocrinologists, and pediatricians on the move.
In the past, determination of bone maturity relied on visual evaluation of skeletal development in the hand and wrist, most commonly using the Greulich and Pyle atlas. The Gilsanz and Ratib digital atlas takes advantage of digital imaging and provides a more effective and objective approach to assessment of skeletal maturity.
The atlas integrates the key morphological features of ossification in the bones of the hand and wrist and provides idealized, sex- and age-specific images of skeletal development.
Derived from the book:
Hand Bone Age: A Digital Atlas of Skeletal Maturity
Vicente Gilsanz & Osman Ratib
This application integrates two important tools for everyday clinical practice in radiology: the Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) calculator and the Dose-flux calculator.
The GFR calculator returns estimated values of both GFR (expressed in ml/min for an average height of 1.73 m2) and creatinine clearance (ml/ml), based on entry values of age, weight, gender, race and serum creatinine.
The Dose-flux calculator permits various calculations related to the administration of contrast medium, such as the dose and flux of iodine (based on the injection parameters) and the injection parameters (based on the desired iodine dose and flux).
The calculators are available free for use on www.mdct.net and can now be downloaded to your iPhone.
Cardiac CT Imaging – Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease
Tap into the most recent developments in orthopaedic surgery and musculoskeletal research with the Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research app. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (CORR) is a leading peer-reviewed medical journal published by Springer Science+Business Media that brings readers the latest clinical and basic research and informed opinions that shape today's orthopaedic practice, thereby providing an opportunity to practice evidence-based medicine. The Journal continuously publishes review articles, original papers, subject reviews, book reports, editorial columns, symposia, letters, and educational articles written by leading members of the medical community.
This free app provides valuable features including:
- Save and share articles
- Advanced search
- Document details - including abstracts
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research is a publication of the Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons (ABJS). The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons is a non-profit medical society committed to advancing the science and practice of orthopaedic surgery by creating, evaluating, and disseminating new knowledge and by facilitating interaction among all orthopaedic specialties.
fractalPhoto is a fractal kaleidoscope—transforming ordinary photographs into beautiful and surprising fractal images. Take a picture or select one from your photo album to create your own amazing fractal artwork.
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Inspired by the book, The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty and Power of Fractals, edited by Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon, with contributions by Author C. Clarke, Benoît Mandelbrot, and Ian Stewart.
The Colours of Infinity
Free iPhone and iPad app
With SPRESImobile, a wealth of chemical reaction information is readily available at your fingertips from a mobile device (iPhone, iPad). You can search the entire ChemReact database easily with this highly intuitive app.
Over 400,000 reactions on hand
chemical Name Search
structure Editor for drawing structure queries
search by Exact Structure, Substructure or Flex (similarity)
view molecules, reactions, conditions, properties and references
select a hit and search it As Reactant or As Product
link to journals and commercial suppliers
list Recent Searches
The SpringerImages app brings the most valuable features of SpringerImages to the iPhone and iPod touch. Discover photos, diagrams, graphs, figures and tables taken from Springer's renowned ebook collection and journal portfolio as well as the images.MD database. Search image captions, keywords and references to find the right image. Bookmark images for later research. Email images to friends and colleagues.
The SpringerImages app provides three levels of access to the SpringerImages database. Access to Springer’s Open Access images are provided at no additional charge. Customers may also purchase a subscription to either the Medical and Life Sciences Package or to the Full Package to gain access to additional content from our continually updated and expanding collection of over 2.8 million images.
SpringerProtocols Mobile Website
Researchers can now access their protocols wherever they are, whether in the lab or on the go! Simply direct your browser to springerprotocols.com on any mobile device. Apple, Android, and Blackberry operating systems are all supported.
All visitors are able to search and read abstracts for all protocols in 15 subject collections. Users can sign in to access their personal “My Protocols” section, and read the full text of all protocols to which their institutions are subscribed.
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While on the go or away from your desk, tap into SpringerLink to access one of the largest collections of scientific information.
SpringerLink is a publication database containing articles and chapters from over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over tens of thousands of books – in total, over 6 million documents spanning every area of science, technology and medicine. The SpringerLink app puts this entire collection at your fingertips.
- Save and share documents
- Keyword Search
- Document details - including abstracts
- Full-Text view (available to institutional subscribers)
- Display list of Articles/Chapters that match your search
- Refine search by advanced search criteria
- Save search
One of the most useful features of the SpringerLink app is the save search feature:
- This feature allow the user to save any advanced search so that it can be quickly executed from the home screen.
This feature also allows the user to be notified from the app’s home screen when any new chapters or articles are published that meet the criteria of a saves search. This feature allows a user to specify their areas of interest and quickly check for new, relevant publications.
Advanced search by
- Publication Level:
- Journal/Book Title
- Type (Book/Journal/Book or Journal)
- Open Access
- Article/Chapter Level:
- Author Name
- Article/Chapter Title
- Subject- Publication Date
View article/chapter details including
- Book/journal cover
- Article/chapter title
- Article/chapter authors
- Book/journal title
- Publication date
- Citation information
Execute related search by
- Publication Title
- Author name
- Copy abstract
- Copy citation
- Save to “Saved Items” List
- Request full text view
Viewing article/chapter full text requires authorized access by
- IP (Wireless, VPN or Proxy)
Full text access process
If the user is connected to the network of a subscriber institution by wireless, VPN, or Server Proxy, then they will automatically receive access to any documents to which their institution subscribes.
If they are not connected to the network of a subscriber institution but they have a username and password that have been authorized to provide them with access, upon requesting an article, the user will be presented with a list of connection options. Within this list the user will find a link to log into SpringerLink.com.
By following this link, the user will be brought to a page within SpringerLink.com where they can enter their username a password and log in. Upon successful log in, the user will be redirected to the pdf of the full text chapter or article that was originally requested.
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