3B MUSCLEtrainer ™ - Ken alle spieren in een oogwenk. 1002489

€ 58,08
(€ 48,00 ex BTW)


Specificaties

Volwassene
Spieren
Gehele lichaam
Algemeen

Moet u alles weten van de menselijke spieren? Dan is de 3B MUSCLEtrainer™ wat u nodig heeft.
Met zijn 248 hoogwaardige digitale afbeeldingen, 241 spieren en meer dan 200 bijbehorende anatomische structuren, is de 3B MUSCLEtrainer ™ het ideale middel om uw kennis op te frissen of u voor te bereiden op uw examen.

 

English description:
With it's 248 high quality digital images, 241 muscles and more than 200 associated anatomical structures, the 3B MUSCLEtrainer™ software is the ideal tool to help you learning for your exam or simply to refresh your knowledge of the human muscle system.

Optimal Exam Preparation on the Human Muscular System
Over 440 different muscles and structures
Origin, Insertion, Innervation and Function can be displayed
Interactive Quiz-Function with:
Variable Quiz parameters
Number of attempts
Time pressure
Immediate and systematic quiz evaluation
Long term graphical learn control over all areas
Additional highlights of Software:
5 Language version. English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, (Latin)
Spinal Nerve Segment
Associated Joints
Important clinical and sports aspects
Zoom to 200% – no interpolation!
Fully hyperlinked index

Runs directly from CD-ROM

ISBN 3-8294-0003-9

Sorry, returns cannot be accepted once software has been opened.

If you are using Win 2000, XP or any other NT based Operating system you must have administrative rights to run the program.

System requirements:

Macintosh: Power PC/Mac OS 7.5 or higher incl. QuickTime 3.0 or higher / 24 MB free RAM / 8 x CD-ROM Drive/ Monitor resolution 640 x 480 / 32.000 Colors (16 Bit) Not compatible with Mac OS X or higher.

Windows: Pentium Processor, 133 MHz / Windows 95, Windows NT / QuickTime 3.0 (Installer on CD )/ 32 MB RAM/8 x CD-ROM Drive / Monitor resolution 640 x 480 / 32.000 Colors (16 Bit)/Soundcard. Not compatible with Windows XP SP3 or higher.

 

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