Archive for April 2012

Lecture 37: Spine Radiosurgery

Lecture 36: Improving cure and quality of cure in infants and young children with brain tumors

NeuroMind 2 for iPad available in App Store!

And that is three! “NeuroMind for iPad” version 2.0 is now available in the App Store, completing the triad after the recent iPhone and Android upgrades. This free upgrade also includes the previously mentioned interactive decision support, and many more scores.

You can upgrade your existing installation, or download the latest version from the App Store.

Enjoy the app! Screenshots are available here.

Pieter Kubben
IT editor
Surgical Neurology International

NeuroMind 2 for iPhone available in App Store!

NeuroMind 2 for iPhone is now available in the App Store as a free upgrade! It contains a brand new category with interactive decision support like explained in this video, and almost 100 scores that are relevant for neurosurgery!

You can upgrade the installed version on your device or download the latest version from the App Store.

More images are available here.

Pieter Kubben
IT editor
Surgical Neurology International

Menu updated with Search functionality

The menu of our website has just been updated, and now includes a Search function. This is a Google functionality that we integrated in our website, to help you search all Articles, Posts, Videos and other content from one single source.

The icon to Google Buzz has been deleted as it was hardly used. Our other social networks (Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn) are actively used and will be continued.

Furthermore, some rearrangements have been done, and the Apps section has been expanded with updated subheadings on NeuroMind and SNI Mobile.

New additions are expected soon. Stay tuned!

NeuroMind 2 for Android available now!

NeuroMind 2.0 for Android is now available for download from Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market)! It is a free update with many improvements!

NeuroMind 2.0 on Android

A major improvement for version 2.0 is the addition of interactive clinical decision support, starting with 23 items. The system can easily be expanded to facilitate guideline implementation in a fast and individualized manner. Furthermore, NeuroMind 2.0 now contains almost 100 scores that are relevant for your neurosurgical practice.

More information is available here, and the underlying philosophy is explained in this video. You can click the Play-logo below to download:

See the gallery on DigitalNeurosurgeon.com for more screenshots! Enjoy the app!!

Pieter Kubben
IT editor
Surgical Neurology International