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You-Scan Ultrasound Training questions.

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asked Jul 6, 2016 by Tish
edited Jul 7, 2016 by Sean Hill

I am entering into a sonography program this fall and was wondering if "You-Scan Ultrasound Training" would be a good app to use as a tactile study method? I was also wondering where you get the images from, who confirms the accuracy of the images and training methods, are these images and methods approved by SDMS, ARDMS/CAAHEP Certified?

Any studies/correlations showing this can improve exam performance? Is this based on solely images or does it involve interactive scanning protocols? What types of scans are available? Which specialties are involved: Abdomen, ObGyn, Vascular, MSK, Neuro, Cardiac, Pediatrics? Is there a video or a demo that I can view? Is there a free trial period available? Are there any reviews that I view besides just 1 five star review with no comments? What else can you tell me that would convince me to invest the $189.99 you are asking?

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answered Jul 7, 2016 by Sean Hill (286,710 points)

I've checked the You-Scan Ultrasound Training application and it appears it's available only on Android. On the Play Store app page, there are posted some instructions regarding the way the software works, but no answer regarding the questions you have posted below. Due to the price being so high, I recommend getting in touch with the developers. They should provide all the details you need about its software. Unfortunately, I can't test it since there is no demo version of it.

Use the following email to get in touch with them: scanapp@drmb.de

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