Posts by: seif

2D vs. 3D

2D vs. 3D
Animations can be a valuable tool in the courtroom. In some cases, movement can be crucial to the explanation of key concepts, and this is something that only an animation can truly achieve. Subsequently, our proposal strategists suggest animations in situations where we think they will be the most effective – in some cases even more effective than static boards.… read more →

Case Study: Ureter Injury

Case Study: Ureter Injury
Generally speaking, gynecologic surgery accounts for over 50% of all ureteral injuries resulting from operations. Hysterectomy of any type is usually a safe procedure, but any surgery has risks, such as blood loss, blood clots, infection, damage to surrounding organs, and reactions to anesthesia. Surgery involving the organs in the pelvis puts the surrounding organs at risk of injury at… read more →

Health Literacy’s Impact

Health Literacy’s Impact
Health literacy is defined as ‘The degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.’ Beyond simply the ability to read, health literacy requires a patient to listen and analyze information about their health in order to make an informed decision. (more…) read more →