Abase: Anthropometry on handheld computers

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This free powerful tool for handheld computers (PDAs), devised by Andreas Zankl, permits you to plot anthropometric data on your hand held (height, weight, head circumference, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, chest, hands, feet). It compares your values to accepted reference values for USA, Canada, UK or Switzerland. The results are displayed in centiles, standard deviations or graphs. It is a must have for the busy geneticist.

Please visit www.medgen.unizh.ch/abase/ for more information.

Philippe Campeau, MD
Resident in Medical Genetics at McGill University
OMMBID Blog Administrator

 

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