Recently I came upon a wonderful free medical ap, namely the Visible Body, Human Anatomy Atlas. I wish such a great tool had been available in my medical school days, but it’s never too late.
The Skeletal System section of the atlas can be downloaded FREE, and the $39.99 price tag for the full download is still a bargain. I’ve installed it on my iPad, but it can be downloaded on a PC or Mac as well.
The coolest thing is how you can rotate the skeleton to understand the anatomy from any angle. Now I use this ap regularly with my patients as well as in my Survival Medicine classes.
Of course, a paper-and-ink anatomy book should be part of your prepper bookshelf as well. Human anatomy has not changed recently, so pick up something for a penny on Amazon. You might enjoy the Human Anatomy Coloring Book (yes, a real coloring book of Human Anatomy), which medical students still use.
I find this free app incredible and think that if you are looking for something free, it is the way to go: http://zygotebody.com/
I am an RN preparing for future situations/survival