NeuroMind is listed three times in the widely cited “Top Apps” on iMedicalApps.com, and has been downloaded more than 140,000 times all over the world. The app has been developed by Pieter Kubben, an EANS individual member and a senior resident in neurosurgery from the Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands. He explains the underlying philosophy of the app in this TEDx talk.
A major improvement since version 2.0 is the addition of interactive clinical decision support, now with 24 items. The system can easily be expanded to facilitate guideline implementation in a fast and individualized manner. Furthermore, NeuroMind 2.1 now contains a 113 scores that are relevant for your neurosurgical practice.
Anatomical pictures are provided for explanation to patients and students, and the WHO Safe Surgery checklist is included. Besides by the EANS, the app is also supported by Surgical Neurology International and Neurosurgic.com.