Posts Tagged ‘cdss’

Testing jQuery Mobile and Cloud9 IDE

I have been playing around with jQuery Mobile for a web app on new anticoagulant drugs, in particular on how to deal with them around surgery (acute and elective settings). It is a different setting for me, and I am not yet sure whether I like it. But there are definitely some advantages, and for…Continue Reading…

Decision support: ETV success score

Based on this article by Kulkarni et al I implemented a decision support system that predicts the success rate of endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) in childhood hydrocephalus. The scoring system is based on this table; and then the success rate is extrapolated from this graph: As I do not have the numbers that are used…Continue Reading…

Decision support: delayed cerebral ischemia after SAH

Based on a recent article by De Rooij et al, I created a decision support module for delayed cerebral ischemia after subarachnoidal hemorrhage (SAH). The actual graph in the article took me a moment to grasp: The WFNS scale for SAH has been implemented in an easy fashion, fortunately. The difference between grade II and…Continue Reading…

Decision support: Spinal Epidural Metastases (beta 2, in Dutch)

A month ago I posted the first screenshots of a beta version for decision support on spinal epidural metastases, created in collaboration with the IKNL and the LUMC. Based on a fruitful discussion afterwards, I updated to app to comply with the current demands. Here are some new screenshots… A few details still have to…Continue Reading…

Decision support: Spinal epidural metastases (in Dutch)

After the MEWS, here is another decision support prototype in Dutch. Based on the Dutch guideline for spinal epidural metastases, here is my interpretation of the flowchart from an “app perspective”: If I translate this flowchart into an app, this is how it starts: In case of the first button, you’ll need to answer some…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 2.1 available for iPhone & iPad

After the Android update earlier this week, I am happy to inform you that NeuroMind 2.1 is now also available as an update for your iPhone and iPad. It contains new content, but also support for the iPhone 5 screen dimensions. Enjoy! Screenshots iPhone 5   Screenshots iPad

NeuroMind 2.1 available for Android

The latest version of NeuroMind (version 2.1) can now be downloaded from Google Play! It contains 18 new classification systems, a new decision support item (ISUIA trial) and some technical improvements. Enjoy!

Modified Early Warning Score on iPhone (in Dutch)

The Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) is a scoring system that aims to reduce the number of resuscitations in an emergency department or on the ward. This is achieved my monitoring early warning signs, that can be easily measured by nurses. They can then calculate a sum score and handle according to the corresponding advise….Continue Reading…

Decision support: ISUIA 2003 risk factors

In their 2003 Lancet paper, Wiebers et al report on the risks of unruptured intracranial aneurysms. I implemented Table 4 from the article in NeuroMind, which provides 5-year cumulative rupture risks for unruptured aneurysms – according to size, location and previous subarachnoidal hemorrhage. Here is an impression of what it looks like: In the gallery…Continue Reading…

OrthoRef 2 update and free version

I updated OrthoRef (formerly known as OrthoMind) to version 2.0 in the App Store and Google Play. The iOS version (for iPhone and iPad) is currently awaiting review, and you’ll be able to update the existing installation on your device. If you already purchased the first version, the update is completely free.┬áThe Android version is…Continue Reading…