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Radiologists Release Children's Book about Medical Imaging

The healthcare education company, Viewbox Holdings, LLC, recently released a second edition of its children’s book entitled, Learning about X-rays with Lula and Ethan. The book is based on one young child’s minor playground injury and the head CT ordered by the child’s treating physician during a hospital visit. The book is written for children ages 7 and older and attempts to create a dialogue to help educate kids (and parents) about both the value of a CT and potential concerns regarding radiation exposure.


Since 2010, Viewbox has created educational resources for trainees, patients, and consumers.  Viewbox’s first educational tool was its Viewbox application for the iPad. A large portion of the pediatric and adolescent population uses digital resources so the book is available for any Apple device as a free download on the iTunes book store by scrolling down.

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Foreword

 "Any visit to the doctor can be frightening for a child, especially in an emergency setting and when it involves getting special studies such as a CT scan. Just as a decorated, kid-friendly CT room can help alleviate some fear and anxiety, kid-friendly information (the why’s and what’s of these types of experiences through a child’s eyes) can be reassuring for the child as well as their parents/caregivers especially in stressful situations. This book, Learning about X-rays with Lula and Ethan, is written by two children’s radiologists with the assistance of just those kids it is intended for, does just this and is an invaluable resource for the experience and understanding of x-ray type studies like a CT scan and the part that the medical experts play in their child’s care." -  Donald P. Frush, M.D. FACR, FAAP,  Chair of Image Gently Steering Committee   

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Learning about X-rays with Lula and Ethan (Second Edition)

The concept for this book was based on a child's visit to the emergency room. Both he and his parents had some questions and concerns about his visit. We realized that for many parents and children, having an X-ray performed can be a stressful experience. Our hope was to share some helpful information about how radiology fits into the modern healthcare experience with other children.

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Viewbox for the iPad

With over 2,000 downloads in five different continents, the Viewbox app was in the iTunes store from 2012-2017. The Viewbox app made the iPad the most efficient way to view and present medical images for teaching purposes. Its user interface technology allowed users easy mobile access to view, share, and present medical images stored on the users choice of cloud-based server (i.e. Dropbox, etc.). The app was a one stop shop for all mobile teaching file image viewing and presentation needs employing unique proprietary technology. There was no other application currently available which allows the user to access data from multiple sources within seconds and can allow that information to be viewed offline as well. 

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News

Firm updates children's book about imaging

August 9, 2018 -- Healthcare education company Viewbox Holdings has released an updated edition of its children's book about medical imaging.  Aunt Minnie

New Children’s Book Depicts Value of Pediatric Imaging

August 8, 2018 -- "Children’s books typically involve lessons on sharing and growing up—but a new tale from healthcare education company Viewbox Holdings aims to teach young kids about CT scans." - Matt O'Connor, Health Imaging

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Radiologists Release Children's Book about Medical Imaging

August 7, 2018 -- The healthcare education company, Viewbox Holdings, LLC, recently released the second edition of its children's book entitled, Learning about X-rays with Lula and Ethan.  The book is based on one young child's playground injury and the subsequent head CT ordered by the child's treating physician during a hospital visit.  The book is written for children ages 7 and older and attempts to create a dialogue to help educate kids (and parents) about both the value of a CT in certain circumstances and potential concerns regarding radiation exposure.. Press Release

Learning About X-rays with Lula and Ethan, Diagnostic Imaging

April 4, 2016 --  It is our hope that any provider that treats the pediatric population has access to this resource for their patients (even radiologists in the outpatient or emergency waiting rooms). The book will be available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and in the Apple iTunes Store where you can also find our iPad application for radiology trainees, Viewbox. Because the information and message in Learning about X-rays with Lula and Ethan aligns with the Image Gently Campaign, this non-profit organization has also agreed to endorse the book by placing it on their website: www.imagegently.org 

Mobile App Spotlight: Viewbox By Erik L. Ridley, AuntMinnie

June 23, 2015 -- AuntMinnie.com presents the next article in an ongoing series highlighting notable mobile apps in radiology. In this installment, we take a look at Viewbox, an iPad app designed to help users view, organize, and present teaching file images from a variety of different sources. 

More Than 80% of Radiologists Use Mobile Devices for Medical Imaging, PRNewswire

Oct. 29, 2013 -- PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new study conducted by Viewbox Holdings, LLC showed that nearly 47 percent of physicians use mobile devices to view teaching cases, and a large number of this demographic are utilizing an Apple device. PRNewswire

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