Heart Anatomy 3D to educate Patients - Animation Video from Your Practice Online

Indian Trail, North Carolina (PressExposure) August 07, 2007 -- Heart Anatomy Video 3D presentation is released by Your Practice Online for improved patient education. This Video is featured in their website at http://www.yourpracticeonline.com.au/multimedia.html. It is believed that this interactive video would help patients to learn better on heart anatomy and it can play an important role in improving patient’s health.

Growing heart problems and cardiovascular diseases made Your Practice Online to understand the need for developing patient education multimedia presentation. After analyzing many treatises, research papers and with expert’s guidance they worked aggressively and have developed many health education videos on heart.

Both exterior and interior anatomy well explained with an audio presentation makes the viewers to understand complicated heart anatomy without difficulties. Interactive controls like rotate, zoom & move allows you to move in & around heart and to understand anatomy in a new perspective. They have also developed 3D videos on Angina Pectoris, Heart Attack & Heart Failure.

Multimedia is dynamic, interactive visual presentations that catch your audience's attention. These animated surgeries, conditions and anatomies will enhance your site s image and improve the practice-patient relationship through education.

The multimedia patient education web movies feature animation, voice narration and interactivity to help make difficult surgical procedures easy to understand while delivering maximum user experience.

About Your Practice Online

Your Practice Online is a web service company, formed in April 2001 with main focus on health web development and improved patient education through multimedia presentations. To check their other health education videos and other services have a look at their website http://www.yourpracticeonline.com.au

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Press Release Submitted On: July 20, 2007 at 1:29 am
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