Experts use iPads to learn about Botox treatments
21 April 2011The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) has announced plans to release images used in its Botox training resources to clinicians using iPads. The members-only iPad portal will give those with access a chance to zoom in on important images of the anatomy and clinical illustrations that can help them to understand how different cosmetic treatments can affect the body. The IAPAM hopes that its latest offering will help them to treat patients efficiently and give them the benefit of access to a wide range of resources. The iPad facility is part of the IAPAMs Aesthetic Medicine Symposium which is a programme designed to update physicians on the latest trends in cosmetic surgery, how to develop a client base, how to perform client consultations, how to add Botox along with other injectable treatments, laser hair removal and medical microdermabrasion to their offerings, and to train on all forms of aesthetic medicine.