This is a list of all Neurology related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Evaluates cognitive impairment and can help with dementia diagnosis.
These are the Collin et al. and Shah et al. modifications to the original Barthel Index that assesses functional disability based on 10 activities of daily life (ADLs).
Assesses functional disability by quantifying patient performance in 10 activities of daily life (ADLs).
Screens patients with Alzheimer’s, other types of dementia or mild neurocognitive impairment.
Measures the extent of autistic traits in adults and can be used as part of the diagnosis of Asperger syndrome.
Assesses performance of inputs in balance when sensory systems are compromised.
Evaluates postural control under various sensory conditions.
Diagnoses sleep disorders such as sleep apnea or narcolepsy by evaluating sleep related behaviour.
Checks the existence and severity of acute stroke symptoms and assesses neurological function.
Assesses signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease as part of diagnosis and progression monitoring.
Stratifies cryptogenic stroke (CS) patients with patent foramen ovale (PFO) by their likelihood of PFO-related stroke.
Assesses the level of awareness of the patient in terms of alertness, verbal or pain stimulation.
Assesses level of dyskinesias in patients taking neuroleptic medications.
This is the shortened, validated modified version of the NIH Stroke Scale for the screening of neurological function and severity of acute stroke symptoms.
Assesses the degree of facial paralysis induced by facial nerve damage.
Assesses the level of cognitive ability in patients with traumatic brain injury, for disability and rehabilitation purposes.
Determines probability of stroke based on facial droop, arm drift and abnormal speech.
Determines the degree of disability caused by stroke based on a clinician reported model (mRS).
Assesses the impact of fatigue on patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Evaluates spasticity in patients with muscle conditions such as multiple sclerosis.
Predicts chances of stroke at 2, 7 and 90 days after a transient ischemic attack.
Prognoses outcome in patients with ischemic stroke based on NIHSS score, time onset and DWI.
Evaluates the existence of healthy sleep habits and any problems associated with tiredness and insomnia.
Determines the likelihood of a stroke episode based on five independent risk factors.
Evaluates and monitors delirium in patients admitted to intensive care unit.
Provides rapid initial screening of delirium and cognitive impairment based on patient alertness, abbreviated mental test, attention and changes in mental function.
Uses clinical criteria to rule out need for imaging in cases with suspected cervical spine fracture.