We have translated the algorithm to Chinese. Thank you very much, Dr. Nan Liu, MD, for all of your help with this translation.Tue, 31 May 2016
We fixed a small defect where the left and right dermatomes, on the bottom, back portion of the dermatome diagram, were inverted. Because of this, the right dermatomes on the bottom, back portion of the diagram got highlighted when left values were entered, and vice versa.Fri, 17 Apr 2015
Updated to version 1.0.3
A new NuGet package was published, containing the changes in version 1.0.2, to support both .Net framewors: 4.0 and 4.5. The package is available at the NuGet website for download.Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Updated to version 1.0.2
We have fixed a minor issue where, in some special cases only, the algorithm was not comparing both left and right when determining if motor function was present more than three levels below the motor level on that side. This error was causing these cases, which should have been evaluated as AIS C, to be evaluated as UTD with options of AIS B and AIS C.Tue, 27 Jan 2015
Updated to version 1.0.1
A new NuGet package was published to support both .Net framewors: 4.0 and 4.5. The package is available at the NuGet website for download.Fri, 11 Apr 2014
Version 1.0.0 of ISNCSCI Algorithm is now public.
After months of development, testing and validating, we have finally published version 1.0.0. We could not have done this without the help and hardwork from all of our team members. Your feedback has also been key in achieving this milestone. Thank you!Wed, 9 Apr 2014
Today is a very exciting day. The team is thrilled to make available to the public our beta version of the logic to handle forms which include "non-testable" values. We are hoping it satisfies all of your needs and encourage you to send us any feedback or report any issues you may encounter. Please enjoy!Fri, 28 Feb 2014
We have done a minor release yesterday. Amongst some of the changes we have made are:
Fri, 30 Nov 2012
- Fixed the spelling mistake in the totals box above the Zone of Partial Preservation.
- Minor improvements to the interface which include the use of larger buttons and the dermatome man from the latest ISNCSCI form version.
- Fix to the algorithm which was reporting an incorrect single neurological level when the left and right sensory levels were different from each other and higher than C5.
- We have added a button to allow you to clear the form so you can begin a new entry.
We have presented the ISNCSCI Algorithm web app at both ISCoS in London, England and ASCIP in Las Vegas. We are very pleased with the kind reception and are looking forward for the community to start using this tool.Wed, 5 Sep 2012