Healthcare Professionals

Expand Experience

Support your clinical work with evidenced-based analysis. View varied conditions, surgical changes and diseases comprehensively (similar to a morbidity and mortality conference). Examine real clinical care plans and outcomes. Expand thinking about communication, complications and adverse events.
 

Solutions

Evidence-Based

Explore complex medical and surgical cases.

  • Follow procedure and disease outcomes, beginning with the history.
  • Assess your interpretation of events using anatomic evidence as a check.
  • Stay grounded in the body
    in an era of radiography.

Adverse Events

In-depth analysis of clinical outcomes.

  • Identify iatrogenic contributions to adverse outcome.
  • Consider the bases of misdiagnoses (communication, symptom interpretation, etc.).
  • Apply cases lessons to your own practice goals.

Growing Database

Here are some example cases.

  • TIPS with intraoperative hypotension.
  • Multiple peripheral vascular surgeries with reperfusion syndrome.
  • Crohn’s disease, sleep apnea, hypertension, inconclusive biopsy of mass.

Evidence-Based

Explore complex medical and surgical cases.


Varied casework and procedures (massive bleeding, shock, aspiration, intubation, etc.).
Illustrative cases for paramedics, ER and ICU providers.
Consider treatments and outcomes.


Adverse Events

In-depth analysis of clinical outcomes.


Identify iatrogenic contributions to adverse outcome.
Consider the bases of misdiagnoses (communication, symptom interpretation, etc.).
Apply cases lessons to your own practice goals.


Growing Database

Here are some example cases.


TIPS with intraoperative hypotension.
Multiple peripheral vascular surgeries with reperfusion syndrome.
Crohn’s disease, sleep apnea, hypertension, inconclusive biopsy of mass.


 
 

Evidence-Based

Explore complex medical and surgical cases.

  • Follow procedure and disease outcomes, beginning with the history.
  • Assess your interpretation of events using anatomic evidence as a check.
  • Stay grounded in the body
    in an era of radiography.

Adverse Events

In-depth analysis of clinical outcome.

  • Identify iatrogenic contributions to adverse outcomes.
  • Consider the bases of misdiagnoses (communication, symptom interpretation, etc.).
  • Apply cases lessons to your own practice goals.

Growing Database

Here are some example cases.

  • TIPS with intraoperative hypotension.
  • Multiple peripheral vascular surgeries with reperfusion syndrome.
  • Crohn’s disease, sleep apnea, hypertension, inconclusive biopsy of mass.

 
 

Options for different healthcare fields.

 

Internists, nurses and nurse practitioners

…can view and discuss the various medical conditions, procedures and any adverse events while reflecting on their own clinical decision-making. Begin with the history. Each case starts with an external examination — your physical exam. The anatomy serves as evidence-based feedback.

Surgeons

…can view a variety of surgical cases, healing processes, and adverse events. Strengthen your practice by putting yourself into the role of the provider as you follow the case, beginning with the history. Cases highlight clinical decisions and outcomes impacted by patient-care relationships, team communication and medical ethics. Decide what you would do similarly or differently in each case.

Critical care and ER physicians, and paramedics

…can explore airway and circulatory anatomy, view the internal positioning of life saving devices (lines, endotracheal tubes, etc.), expand their understanding of critical illness (heart attacks, trauma, stroke, pulmonary embolism), and ready themselves for trauma cases involving patients with underlying medical issues.

Pathologists

…can integrate clinical, gross and histologic findings to strengthen diagnostic competence.

Pathology assistants

…can learn dissection techniques.

 

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