Posts Tagged ‘neuromind’

NeuroMind and OrthoRef 3.0 delayed

I am sorry to say that the final release of both NeuroMind 3.0 and OrthoRef 3.0 will be delayed. I submitted both updates before Xmas hoping they would be available at the beginning of January. Part of these updates is an Information screen that refers to the app’s homepage, and that homepage mentions that the…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3: new styling for scores

The last improvement that I wanted before releasing NeuroMind 3 is a better styling of the content (in particular the score details and decision support feedback). Now I did that! Here is a “before” and “after”…. Before   After I guess I made my point! :-) More images

NeuroMind 3: Spine Instability Neoplastic Score decision support

As a last content addition before submitting NeuroMind 3 to the App Store, I added the Spine Instability Neoplastic Score (SINS) as interactive decision support: This will also be available as an In App Purchase for $0.99. The only thing left before releasing NeuroMind 3 is to improve the styling a little…. Stay tuned! More images from SINS…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3: PHASES implemented

For NeuroMind 3 I also reimplemented the PHASES score, which predicts the 5 year risk for subarachnoidal hemorrhage. One caveat: as an incentive for continuous development, I will start offering In App Purchases in NeuroMind for interactive content. This is the first decision support system in NeuroMind that will ask for a small fee ($0.99). The…Continue Reading…

UIActivityViewController in NeuroMind 3

For all decision support items in NeuroMind 3 I am offering you the option to export the result for later reference. Up to now, this was only possible as email. Now I implemented it in the way I wanted it to be: you can export your results (input parameters, scores per section, total) as a…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3: interactive TLICS implemented

I just implemented the interactive version of the TLICS score for thoraco-lumbar spine injury in the upcoming version of NeuroMind 3. It is much like the SLIC score, but with slightly different calculations. Here are some more images:

NeuroMind 3: interactive SLIC score implemented

SLIC is an evidence-based decision supporting system on the (surgical) treatment of subaxial cervical spine injury. It is based on the SLIC scale described by Vaccaro et al(Spine, 2007). It is available as a separate app, but now I also implemented it in NeuroMind 3 for iOS. More interactive decision support is to come! Gallery

NeuroMind 3: presenting Split View!

A much requested feature for NeuroMind on iPad (and by now also iPhone 6 Plus and obviously iPad Pro) has always been to implement a Split View as you know from e.g. your Mail app. Well, NeuroMind 3 will not only contain favorites (the other highly requested feature) but will also contain this Split View….Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3: content safety check implemented

I implemented iRIS in NeuroMind 3. iRIS stands for interactive Risk Inventory System and that’s my CE-marked system to offer you offline access to the content while maintaining safety in case there are issues with the app or you do not update from time to time. Suppose you have been using the app offline too…Continue Reading…

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!