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The University of Michigan , the publisher behind many iOS app (Nerve Whiz ,University of Michigan ,Plain Language Medical Dictionary ,Heart Sound Challenge ,BioKIDS ,MySkinCheck), brings Nerve Whiz with a number of new features along with the usual bug fixes. Nerve Whiz app has been update to version 1.022 with several major changes and improvements. App release that improves performance, provides several new options.
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    and this app is extremely helpful for studying and working through cases.
    Very useful reference.
    and useful for busy clinicians.


    Designed by a neuromuscular neurologist at the University of Michigan, Nerve Whiz is a free application for medical professionals interested in learning the complex anatomy of nerve roots, plexuses, and peripheral nerves. Select which muscles are weak, or point to areas of sensory loss, and the application can provide you with distinguishing features and detailed information, complete with relevant pictures and diagrams.


    • Nerve and Muscle Charts. This comprehensive inventory of the most clinically relevant muscles in the upper and lower extremities can be sorted by root, trunk, cord, peripheral nerve, action, or muscle name.
    • Muscle Localizer. Select muscles as weak or strong, and the application provides a list of possible localizations (root, plexus, or nerve), along with distinguishing features about each.
    • Nerve Diagrams. Choose any localization (root, trunk, cord, or nerve), and see a diagram of that nerve in the context of the brachial or lumbosacral plexus. Toggle to “Muscle View” and the diagram shows you the muscles supplied by your chosen nerve, and from where their innervations arise.
    • Sensory Localizer. Touch a picture of an arm or leg and Nerve Whiz suggests localizations with beautiful graphic representations of the sensory distributions of nerve roots, parts of the plexus, and nerves.


    NOTE: Nerve Whiz is intended to be an educational tool only. Nerve distributions vary between patients, and central or multifocal processes can mimic focal peripheral lesions. As such, this application should not be relied upon to make clinical decisions.

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    Tags :   nerve ,   application ,   muscles ,   plexus


    Designed by Zach London, MD
    Department of Neurology, University of Michigan


    This application was funded through the generosity of the Jerry Isler Neuromuscular Fund.
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    If you are iPhone and iPad owner,you now can download Nerve Whiz for free from Apple Store. The application is supporting English language. It weighs in at only 10MB to download. The new Nerve Whiz app version 1.022 has been updated on 2014-11-25. For ensuring consistency with the device you should take into account the following app compatibility information: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
    More Info: Find more info about Nerve Whiz in The University of Michigan`s Official Website :


    Not useful for the general lay person. found in 1 reviews
    There are several ways to view the same information. found in 1 reviews
    Very clear way to help students learn and review anatomy. found in 1 reviews
    an incredible free resource. found in 1 reviews
    This is a good app about the peripheral nervous system. found in 3 reviews
    nerve and muscle charts. found in 1 reviews
    Would be a great application for any year medical student. found in 4 reviews
    I would recommend this for neurologists. found in 1 reviews
    department of neurology university of michigan. found in 1 reviews
    or not even vaguely intended for medical professionals. found in 3 reviews
    Very useful reference. found in 1 reviews
    primary care doctors. found in 1 reviews
    or viewing a list of the muscles. found in 1 reviews
    Plexopathies are finally easy to diagnose. found in 1 reviews
    So much information in a great format. found in 1 reviews
    Very helpful but designed for large screen yet it's not universal. found in 1 reviews
    Consistently freezes on iOS 8. found in 1 reviews
    Great but charts don't fit. found in 1 reviews
    but the app crashes every time it's used. found in 1 reviews
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    Very helpful but designed for large screen yet its not universalPlease make an iPad version so we dont have to keep swiping fingers right and left             Great but charts dont fit
    Im an occupational therapy student and this app is proving to be an extremely useful tool for studying manual muscle testing Awesome                Fantastic
    Havent been able to see what the app can do because it freezes evey time I open it please fix       Havent been able to use it yet
    Good but wish it had more pictures                Good
    This is the first app Ive ever reviewed because Im so excited about it Nothing flashy here but very wellorganized information regarding everything you might need to know about the neuromuscular system from nerve root and plexus through to muscle and sensory systems There are several ways to view the same information either by following the path of rootsnerves clicking on anatomic areas to view their innervation or viewing a list of the muscles You can also add a list of muscles that are weak and the app will list potential localization I would love an ipadoptimized version but for such a great app Ill live with a little lost resolution for now Looks great on the iPhone                Wonderful
    Well done Dr London                PMR
    Once you know how to use it you can quickly determine the nervedermatome involved and diagnose based on exam findings Thanks for the very useful app Great referencelearning tool Helps me look like a genius on the wards                Very useful app for medical students
    Theres nothing like this out there not just in the iPhone app store but anywhere This app is a twoheaded monster It teaches peripheral nervous system anatomy and it solves localization problems for you I would recommend this for neurologists physiatrists primary care doctors and med students                Love it
    It looks useful however is not because it freezescrashes With my attempts to use it Even after restarting my device and uninstallingreinstalling I get the same results It appears an il update is needed Thanks    
    This app is wonderful I am a physical therapist in the process of becoming an electrophysiologic clinical specialist ECS and this app is extremely helpful for studying and working through cases Thank you to the developers of this app                Amazing
    Love this Great way to review Can use in the clinic Portable Free Thank you sooo much             Student PT
    Pretty much surviving anatomy because of this app It takes a massive amount of information and presents it in every way you may need to know it sorting by muscle action groups of muscles innervated by any nerve branch cord trunk you name it Makes studying much more efficient and comprehensive Cant say thank you enough                Godsend of an app
    Just please add one thing innervation of the abdominal wall muscles TY                Great
    Keeps freezing with iOS 8 please update App looks fantastic would love to use it          Please update for IOS8
    I got caught cheating on my exam with this app because it has everything in my exam on it Anyways my teacher took my phone and let me continue to take the exam because she said that this was the best app of its kind shes ever seen                I got caught cheating
    I am a Physiatrist and boarded in EMG So looking at this is pretty good It would be useful for Neurologist and Physiatrist Useful for a first year medical school student Not useful for the general lay person                Physiatrists Opinion
    Very useful reference                Great app
    I wish I had this in medical school                A Great Resource
    I havent even used this yet but I dropped out of med school because I realized that Nerve Whiz will make human doctors unnecessary                Better than a planet full of supercomputers
    This an excellent reference for use in the clinic especially for those of us who dont deal with peripheral nerve problems on a daily basis                Very nice app
    This app is great but the poor Medial Brachial Cutaneous nerve has been neglected Sad                Great but missing something
    an incredible free resource serves as both a thoughtfully designed reference of peripheral nervous system function and an ingenious tool for localizing peripheral nervous system pathology the sensory and muscle localizers are particularly helpful tools both are designed to allow you to easily take readily available clinical information and figure out which portion of the nervous system is the culprit on top of its obvious utility its also a very welldesigned and well thought out application its incredible that they managed to convey so much information on a device so tiny                incredibly useful
    The material looks useful but the app crashes every time its used    Update to new iOS needed
    We were in search of the fabled Isle of Lees when the first of the storms hit She rushed up oer the stern like the lash of a whip William wasnt moren 12 and on his first voyage He was stone faceed as the wind ripped the jib off of her moorings I think looking back he was atryin to show the men how brave he was As it were he only showed em how young he really was Them whod been around see looked aghast This is a good app about the peripheral nervous system                If peripheral nerve tutorials were famous mice this would be Mickey Minnie and Fievel all in one
    Very clear way to help students learn and review anatomyand even help with diagnostics The icing on the cake is that it is free Thank you umich                Outstanding
    Nice and straightforward easy to use as an overview of the anatomy and useful for busy clinicians nurses and other providers             Just right
    Consistently freezes on iOS 8             PLEASE UPDATE
    Ive just started checking out the program and its a great recap for me with clinical relevance One thing the biceps brachii long head also flexes the shoulder                Nice program but one correction neededthus far
    Would be a great application for any year medical student So much information in a great format Well done                Fantastic
    Impressive and easy to use                Phenomenal
    So many apps in the Medical category on the app store are garbage or not even vaguely intended for medical professionals This app is fantastic and its free Other disease foundations should take notice please fund more educational resources like this                Wow
    A great app for those days when someone comes into the neuro clinic and points to a weird spot that went numb Plexopathies are finally easy to diagnose I especially appreciate the efficiency of the design Designers please come to my clinic and fix my crappy EMR Please                Quick and neat


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    Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
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