Posts Tagged ‘ios’

NeuroMind 3: favorites and more in decision support

After adding the favorite option to the main table view and the individual score items, I now also added it to the decision support mode. Moreover, once you come to the advise of the decision support system and you feel like doing a manual check, that has become easier too!

NeuroMind 3: favorites working with local storage

Good news! The favorites option for NeuroMind 3 is now fully functional, although iCloud syncing is not working yet. I slightly changed the user interface for more consistency. From the main menu, the favorites star allows you to toggle the Favorites menu. You’ll get a friendly message if you have no favorites yet, otherwise a…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3: working on favorites

I am working on a request that I got the most: a favorites option! Will try to make it work directly with iCloud to sync favorites between iPhone and iPad version, but no promises yet :) As I wanted to retain the clean interface you will see just a tiny star at the top:   Will…Continue Reading…

UITableViewCellAccessoryType in if-else statement

I just encountered an interesting issue regarding the UITableViewCellAccessoryType in Swift. This code works as expected:

Now, if you delete UITableViewCellAccessoryType in the first row, it does not work anymore! Took me an hour to figure out that this was the problem. Hopefully it saves you an headache. :-)

NeuroMind 3 search improvements

I am making good progress with NeuroMind 3 for iOS, and finally I introduced something which I already missed since the first version: the ability to search subtitles too. Until now, you could only search for a title text, but sometimes the subtitle was easier. For example, you may not remember that the classification is…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3 progress

Although this is a basic issue, it is also an essential one. In my previous post I demonstrated a first screenshot of NeuroMind 3. Afterwards I encountered issues when sorting the data per category, which are solved now. I added a detail view that should load the content and that all works fine. Did a little…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3… Development started!

Now that my SAH DCI app is available in the App Store, there is one more thing that I have on my mind since I started learning Swift programming for iOS: NeuroMind! This is an exciting screenshot for me: It means I have started development and succeeded in the most important barrier I could encounter:…Continue Reading…

SAH DCI available on the App Store

I am happy to inform you that the SAH DCI app, which calculates up to 7 relevant scores for delayed cerebral ischemia after subarachnoidal hemorrhage, is available for download on the App Store! More information on the app is available here. Screenshots iPhone 6 Screenshots iPad

Introducing SAH DCI for iOS

A respected colleague of mine, Menno Germans, draw my attention to the VASOGRADE score. This is a simple grading system for delayed cerebral ischemia (DCI) after subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). I started working on a mobile decision support system for this, and soon realized I could integrate the risk chart by De Rooij et al (also available…Continue Reading…

SLIC 3.0 available for download

SLIC has been updated to version 3.0 to offer evidence-based decision support on subaxial cervical spine inury. The most recent version still works offline, but supports all new devices, iOS 8 and newer, and implements CE-marked technology for risk minimization. Available as a free download / upgrade from the App Store.