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Description
Relax Melodies is the leader in
personalized relaxation and sleep
assistance. No more insomnia for you!
Tension is a thing of the past at any
moment! Just custom mix your favorite
high quality sounds from a selection of 46,
then slip naturally into a relaxed state or a
deep, rejuvenating sleep. Join 5,000,000
relaxed users for the ultimate and easiest
relaxation experience!
Features
• 46 High quality ambient sounds,
including 2 binaural beats frequencies for
brainwave entrainment.
• Mix your favorite sounds together with
different volume to create your own
personal melodies and get infinite
possibilities!
• Include 8 off the shelf favorites for easy
startup
• Create, Save, Name, Sort and Replay
your favorites easily
• Clock display with brightness adjustment
and 3 different themes
• Multiple Alarms & Timers system. Use your
own favorite as alarm to wake up slowly.
• Connect with Airplay devices!
X-ray
X-rays are special pictures of the inside
of your body. A doctor will decide when
you need an X-ray and what body part
needs to be X-rayed. An X-ray machine,
not a camera, is used to take these
pictures. When the picture comes out,
it won’t like the ones in your photo
album, but doctors have learned how to
look at these pictures. Doctors can see
broken bones, lung infections, and more.
Superman may have X-ray vision, but
your doctor has an X-ray machine!
Description
See every heart beat on the
monitor, just like in ER rooms.
Measure your heart rate instantly!
Instant Heart Rate uses your
iPhone’s camera to detect
the pulse from your fingertip -
leveraging similar technique as
used in pulse oximeters.
Place the tip of your index finger
on the iPhone’s camera, and in a
couple of seconds your pulse will
be shown. Instant Heart Rate will
beep with your pulse. A real-time
chart will show you every heart
beat.
Features
• Heart pulse measurement
• Real-time PPG graph
• Continuos or Auto-Stop mode
• Heart Rate Zones
• One week data storage and
tags
• Export data for registered users
• Sharing to Twitter and
Facebook
Description
Get in the best shape of your life
with thousands of free workouts and
premium programs that help you
achieve your fitness goals. Workout
Trainer is a TOP app in the App
Store -- download it now for FREE!
Whether you’re lifting weights at the
gym or doing bodyweight workouts
at home, Skimble’s Workout Trainer
will help you get fit with 1000’s of
free multimedia workouts coached
by expert personal trainers. They
will guide you through every
exercise with timed, step-by-step
audio, photo and video instruction
-- complete with encouragement!
Choose your area of focus or use it
for weight loss, yoga, weightlifting,
running, & more.
Workout Trainer is ideal for people
who want to get in shape without
using any exercise equipment. Also
great for those who enjoy Tabata,
High Intensity Interval Training
(HIIT), timed workouts, P90X and
CrossFit WOD.
Relax Melodies:
A white noise
ambience for sleep,
meditation & yoga
Instant Heart
Rate -
Heart
Rate Monitor
Workout
Trainer
Microscope
A microscope is a very powerful
magnifying glass. The entire world - our
bodies included - are made up of billions
of tiny living things that are so small
you can’t see them with just your eyes.
But with a microscope, it’s possible to
examine the cells of your body or a
drop of blood. By using a microscope
to see these things up close, a doctor
can spot cancer cells, bacteria, and
other problems that could be causing a
person’s illness.
Operation
You’ve probably played the game
Operation with your friends and family,
but when someone you care about is
getting a real operation, it can be scary.
An operation is also called surgery, and
it’s when doctors fix something inside the
body to make the person feel better. The
doctor may take out a burst appendix,
close up a hole in the heart, or even put
in a new kidney! The good part about
surgery is that it usually means the person
is on the road to feeling better.
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X-ray
X-rays are special
pictures of the inside
of your body. A
doctor will decide
when you need an
X-ray and what
body part needs
to be X-rayed. An
X-ray machine, not
a camera, is used to
take these pictures.
When the picture
comes out, it won’t
like the ones in your
photo album, but
doctors have learned
how to look at these
pictures. Doctors can
see broken bones,
lung infections, and
more. Superman
may hav X-ray
visi n, ut your
doctor h s an X-ray
machine!
Microscope
A microscope is a very powerful
magnifying glass. The entire world - our
bodies included - are made up of billions
of tiny living things that are so small you
can’t see them with just your eyes. But
with a microscope, it’s possible to examine
the cells of your body or a drop of blood.
By using a microscope to see these things
up close, a doctor can spot cancer cells,
bacteria, and other problems that could be
causing a person’s illness.
Operation
You’ve probably played the game Operation
with your friends and family, but when
someone you care about is getting a real
operation, it can be scary. An operation is
also called surgery, and it’s when doctors
fix somet ing inside the body to make the
person fe l b tter. The doctor may take out
a burst ppendix, close up a hole in the
heart, r even put in a new kidney! The
good part about surgery is that it usually
means the person is on the road to feeling
better.
Medical
glossary