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A collection of tools for healthcare professionals working with neurological patients.

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In our clinical summaries we provide the most essential and clinically relevant information in various aspects of practice. In our Calculators module we strive to provide any tool that could be useful to professionals in our field.


We develop a tool that we use in our own practice. Our major goals are making the content relevant, discoverable, intuitive and fast.


All information is provided after review of the most prominent and up-to-date medical literature. We provide links to any original articles or other relevant resources in all content and tools.


Vascular disorders

  • ABCD² stroke risk after a TIA
  • ABCD³-I stroke risk after a TIA
  • ABC/2 ICH blood volume calculator
  • ASCOD Stroke phenotypic classification
  • ASPECTS Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score
  • ATRIA Bleeding risk in patients on anticoagulation
  • Barrow classification system for carotid-cavernous fistulas
  • Borden classification system for dural arteriovenous fistulas
  • CHADS₂ Stroke risk in patients with atrial fibrillation
  • CHA₂DS₂-VASc Stroke risk in patients with atrial fibrillation
  • Cognard classification system for dural arterio-venous fistulas
  • DRAGON 3-month outcome in ischemic stroke after tPA treatment
  • Eligibility for tPA - Exclusion criteria for tPA treatment in acute stroke
  • Framingham CVD 10-year risk for developing cardiovascular disease
  • Fisher Scale - Grading and vasospasm risk calculation in SAH
  • Modified Fisher Scale for SAH
  • FUNC Score - Likelihood of independence after ICH
  • GRASPS Risk of post-tPA hemorrhage
  • GWTG Score In-hospital all-cause heart failure mortality
  • HAS-BLED Score - Bleeding risk in patients on anticoagulation
  • HAT Score - Risk of post-tPA hemorrhage
  • HEMORR₂HAGES Score - Risk of major bleeding
  • Hunt & Hess Classification and outcome in SAH
  • ICH Score - Mortality after ICH
  • NIH Stroke Scale
  • Ogilvy and Carter Grading - Outcome in aneurysmal SAH
  • PHASES Score - Aneurysm rupture risk
  • Spetzler-Martin Grading for arterio-venous malformations
  • UIATS Score - Management of unruptured intracranial aneurysms
  • WFNS Scale - Outcome in SAH

Neurointensive Care

  • AAN Brain Death Criteria
  • FOUR Score - Full Outline of UnResponsiveness Score for coma
  • GCS - Glasgow Coma Scale
  • Pediatric GCS
  • Ramsay Sedation Scale
  • Richmond Agitation-Sedation Scale

Neuroinflammatory disorders

  • McDonald Criteria - The 2010 Revised McDonald Criteria for MS
  • Risk for PML in Natalizumab treated patients

Disability scales

  • EDSS - Expanded Disability Status Scale
  • Glasgow Outcome Scale for disability after cerebral injury
  • Modified Ashworth Scale for spasticity
  • Modified Rankin Scale for disability
  • Oxford handicap scale

Movement disorders

  • UPDRS - Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (not MDS-UPDRS)
  • L-Dopa Equivalent Dose Calculator

Neuromuscular disorders

  • ALSFRS-R - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale Revised
  • El Escorial Criteria - Diagnostic criteria for ALS
  • House-Brackmann Grading system for facial nerve palsy
  • mEGOS - Modified Erasmus GBS Outcome Score
  • Quantitative Myasthenia Gravis (QMG) test
  • Revised Airlie House criteria for ALS

Pharmacology related

  • Anticoagulant Switcher - Recommendations when switching between anticoagulants
  • Drug Interactions Finder - Find interactions of single or multiple drugs


  • MDRD GFR - eGFR calculator using the MDRD formula
  • Body mass index calculator
  • Body surface area calculator

Neuropharmacology summaries

Comprehensive summaries including pharmacokinetics, metabolism, drug interactions, dosing suggestions and dose adjustment in patients with impaired renal or hepatic function.

  • Antithrombotics including all newer anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs.
  • Antiepileptics including all newer antiepileptic drugs.
  • Antiparkinsonian drugs.

Clinical summaries and quick-refs

  • The current evidence-based recommended treatment algorithm for convulsive status epilepticus.
  • Comprehensive coverage of stroke syndromes per artery
  • Ischemic stroke
  • Nontraumatic ICH
  • Epidural hematoma
  • Acute subdural hematoma
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage
  • Movement disorder emergencies
  • Neuromuscular emergencies
  • More content added in each new release

Neuroanatomy and localization aids

  • Dermatome maps
  • Full reference of peripheral nerves, searchable by root, innervated muscle or sensory area.
  • Cranial nerve reference.
  • Arterial perfusion maps of the brain.
  • Arterial anatomy of the brain.
  • More coming soon!

New in version 1.4.6

New in Emergencies module

Neuromuscular emergencies section
  • Respiratory management in NMD patients
  • Drug considerations in NMD patients
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome
  • Acute Porphyria
  • Myasthenic crisis
  • Botulism

New in Calculators module

  • The Quantitative Myasthenia Gravis (QMG) Test

Neuromancer Lite is now ad-free

After a brief trial, we have decided to remove all ads from Neuromancer Lite. We believe a usable and non-distracting user interface is of paramount importance in applications of this kind. Most content is available in Neuromancer Lite. Selected topics and some future modules will only be available in the paid version of Neuromancer.

New in version 1.4.5

Movement disorders emergencies

  • Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
  • Serotonine syndrome
  • Malignant catatonia
  • Dystonic storm
  • Oculogyric crisis
  • Malignant Tourette syndrome
  • Psychosis in Parkinson's disease

New in version 1.4.4

Neuromancer Lite now available

We are making parts of Neuromancer freely available. This includes most of the Calculators module and selected content from Emergencies, Pharmacology, Vascular, Cranial and Peripheral nerves modules. Search functionality works as expected.

New in version 1.4.3

New content in Emergencies module

  • Epidural hematoma
  • Acute subdural hematoma
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage

New in version 1.4.2

New content in Emergencies module

  • Nontraumatic parenchymal hemorrhage

New in version 1.4.1

New content in Emergencies module

  • Ischemic stroke

New in version 1.4

New content in Vascular territories module

  • Brain venous anatomy reference
  • Review of cerebral venous thrombosis

Improved startup time

Indexing content happens at first startup after install or update. Subsequent startups are almost instantaneous.

New in version 1.3

New content in Vascular territories module

  • Brain arterial and venous anatomy reference
  • Review of stroke syndromes organized per-vessel
  • Review of venous sinus thrombosis syndromes

Search function improvements

Search result views are automatically scrolled to the portion matching the given search term and the relevant text is highlighted.

Upcoming changes

New Emergencies module currently contains a single section on status epilepticus. We will be adding sections incrementally as soon as they are complete.

Calculators module is free

Starting from version 1.3 the Calculators module can be installed as a free, stand-alone app: Neuromancer Lite.

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About us

Our aim at Neuraxis is to provide valuable and affordable tools for experts working with neurologic patients. Neuromancer is our debut product and is being actively developed, with new content introduced in every new release.

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