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Prediction of outcome in polytrauma canine patients

Galina Simeonova
2013 Acta Veterinaria  
Based on the variables with the most significant influence upon mortality a new survival prediction scoring system was suggested.  ...  A retrospective study of 45 polytrauma patients was conducted in order to identify clinical and laboratory parameters with a prognostic value regarding the outcome.  ...  Based on the variables with the most significant influence upon mortality a new survival prediction scoring system was suggested.  ... 
doi:10.2298/avb1303291s fatcat:acmljcpqf5dsbn33s6etjikgli

An Evolutionary UnderBagging approach to tackle the survival prediction of trauma patients: A case study at the Hospital of Navarre

J. Sanz, M. Galar, H. Bustince, T. Belzunegui
2019 IEEE Access  
Hence, the accuracy of the prediction system is a key factor as more reliable estimations can be obtained. Survival prediction systems are aimed at scoring the severity of patients' injuries.  ...  The aim of this paper is to develop a new prediction system for the Hospital of Navarre with the goal of improving the prediction capabilities of the currently used models since it would imply having a  ...  SURVIVAL STATUS PREDICTION OF SEVERE TRAUMA PATIENTS: PROBLEM DESCRIPTION Trauma patients are persons suffering from several serious injuries, which imply a risk for their life.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2921591 fatcat:u66yu3fpdzdfzc57i2zgshtkiq

A comparison of the Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation (APACHE) II score and the Trauma-Injury Severity Score (TRISS) for outcome assessment in Srinagarind Intensive Care Unit trauma patients

Chaiyut Thanapaisal, Puthipong Saksaen
2012 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet  
For each patient, demographic data, mechanism of injury and surgical status were collected. The probability of death was calculated for each patient based on the APACHE II and TRISS equations.  ...  One hundred and thirty-two trauma patients were admitted to the ICU. Twenty-seven (20%) patients died and hundred and five (80%) survived.  ...  Patients with multiple system trauma in addition to head trauma are classified as having multiple trauma. The diagnostic weight is lower for multiple trauma compared with isolated head trauma.  ... 
pmid:23961616 fatcat:aiphxdzh4bgvvhmyi2nkjr3bpy

Mortality prediction by 'Life Threat Index' compared to widely used trauma scoring systems

Mariusz Jojczuk, Adam Nogalski, Przemysław Krakowski, Andrzej Prystupa
2021 Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine  
A retrospective study of the medical records of 485 patients were evaluated, together with diagnostic performance with regard to mortality, was calculated for the Revised Trauma Score (RTS), Injury Severity  ...  Based on LTI methodology, it can be applied in any given country or region, even without a previously developed trauma database.  ...  Moreover, due to fact that LTI is based on the ICD scoring system and shows high sensitivity, it can be applied as a simple triage mechanism for patients with multiple injuries.  ... 
doi:10.26444/aaem/142182 fatcat:2muxwz67arfttjv4d3bum4orpy

Evaluation of Probability of Survival using APACHE II & TRISS Method in Orthopaedic Polytrauma Patients in a Tertiary Care Centre

Archit Agarwal
2015 Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research  
The ability to anticipate trauma complications based on these scoring systems could improve the survival rate in polytrauma patients [21] . lIMItAtIOns OF the study It was a retrospective study.  ...  They revealed: i) the inability of TRISS to account for multiple severe injuries to a single body part; ii) The inability to predict survival in low falls; iii) The lack of distinction between gunshot  ... 
doi:10.7860/jcdr/2015/12355.6201 pmid:26393173 pmcid:PMC4573005 fatcat:hs5gfxhpzbgxfciezadonxsa54

Assessment of Severity and Prognosis of Polytrauma Outcome: the Current State of the Problem (Review)

P.A. Seliverstov, Y.G. Shapkin
2017 Sovremennye tehnologii v medicine  
Key words: polytrauma; prognostic factors in polytrauma; mortality in polytrauma; scales and systems of injury severity evaluation. For contacts: Pavel A. Seliverstov,  ...  A clear definition of polytrauma and formation of a unified system of assessing its severity would allow physicians to standardize treatment policy, objectively solve the problems of organization and financial  ...  In APS scoring system, trauma severity and survival probability are calculated based on the logistic regression equation taking into account injuries scored AIS >3 in three categories: A -injuries to the  ... 
doi:10.17691/stm2017.9.2.25 fatcat:cjru4ivnojca5lmvejtty3zqry

Application of APACHE II in the Assessment, Classification of Severity and Predictive Ability of Chinese Patients Presenting to an Emergency Department Resuscitation Room

CK Lee, TH Rainer
2002 Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine  
Conclusions: The APACHE II scoring system may be usefully applied in emergency departments for predicting mortality, for classifying and assessing severity of disease, for evaluating performance and for  ...  In patients not admitted to ICU, there was a positive correlation between APACHE score and length of hospital stay in patient who survived (r=0.320, P=0.0075) and a negative correlation between APACHE  ...  With regards to the field of emergency medicine, the development of various scoring systems for the prediction of prognosis in patients with multiple trauma before the millennium has brought about great  ... 
doi:10.1177/102490790200900402 fatcat:cpzl7mox6bdm7lsluk7da2nq7y

Parkland Trauma Index of Mortality (PTIM): Real-time Predictive Model for PolyTrauma Patients [article]

Adam J. Starr, Manjula Julka, Arun Nethi, John D. Watkins, Ryan W. Fairchild, Michael W. Cripps, Dustin Rinehart, Hayden N. Box
2020 arXiv   pre-print
There is a need for a dynamic model that captures evolving physiologic changes during patient's hospital course to trauma and resuscitation for mortality prediction.  ...  Prior multivariate models have tried to predict mortality risk, but due to several limitations like one-time prediction at the time of admission, they have not proven clinically useful.  ...  However, models based on a single time point do not allow for changes in resuscitation status.  ... 
arXiv:2010.03642v1 fatcat:y5j3ddzjdfbz3gpcbklypnwt3y

Study of the efficacy of trauma and injury severity score to predict survival in patients of polytrauma

Anant Singh, Raj K. Chejara, Ashok K. Sharma, Aditya Tolat
2021 International Surgery Journal  
Prediction of survival in trauma patients is an essential requirement of trauma care. Trauma and injury severity score (TRISS) have been considered as a standard of the quality of trauma care.  ...  TRISS has high sensitivity 97.62% and specificity 62.50% at a cut off of 64.50%.Conclusions: TRISS is an effective method for predicting survival of polytrauma patients and thus can be utilized to evaluate  ...  Ankit Bhatia for their valuable support during study.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2349-2902.isj20212792 fatcat:n7gtyoawgrhkze6w5duij6xotm

Differences in Survival, Length of Stay, and Discharge Disposition of Older Trauma Patients Admitted to Trauma Centers and Nontrauma Center Hospitals

Linda J. Scheetz
2005 Journal of Nursing Scholarship  
The injury severity score: A method for describing patients with multiple injuries and evaluating emergency care. Journal of Trauma, 14, 187-196. Center for Injury Research & Policy. (1997).  ...  Survival among injured geriatric patients during construction of a statewide trauma system. Journal of Trauma, 50, 1111-1116. Martz, E. (2004).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1547-5069.2005.00062.x pmid:16396410 fatcat:lg4vqerqqnenhepe6xq7yffvnu

Toward a hemorrhagic trauma severity score: fusing five physiological biomarkers

Ankita Bhat, Daria Podstawczyk, Brandon K. Walther, John R. Aggas, David Machado-Aranda, Kevin R. Ward, Anthony Guiseppi-Elie
2020 Journal of Translational Medicine  
rule-based using function approximation (PRBF) were evaluated for their potential to similarly classify and predict a HISS score.  ...  Background To introduce the Hemorrhage Intensive Severity and Survivability (HISS) score, based on the fusion of multi-biomarker data; glucose, lactate, pH, potassium, and oxygen tension, to serve as a  ...  Abdollah Homaifar of North Carolina A&T State University for the useful discussions on the PRBF approach.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12967-020-02516-4 pmid:32928219 fatcat:wr63ta4tcnhhzianfbef6da4tq

Trauma scoring systems

Oleg Arnaut, Dan Croitoru, Ion Grabovschi, Serghei Sandru
2020 Zenodo  
Second, to implement the trauma scoring systems (anatomical, physiological or mixed), when a doctor uses a mathematical algorithm/model to calculate the risks for each trauma patient.  ...  A part of these scores could be validated and compared to identify those ones that have the best determination, calibration and discrimination abilities to predict the outcomes for the local medical system  ...  For example, a patient with RTS = 1.8134, New Trauma and Injury Severity Score (NTRISS) This score is a NISS, RTS and GCS derived scale.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3685672 fatcat:cha7sv3dujelxkdj7y3t2ljfcm

Trauma scoring systems

Oleg Arnaut, Dan Croitoru, Ion Grabovschi, Serghei Sandru
2020 Zenodo  
Second, to implement the trauma scoring systems (anatomical, physiological or mixed), when a doctor uses a mathematical algorithm/model to calculate the risks for each trauma patient.  ...  A part of these scores could be validated and compared to identify those ones that have the best determination, calibration and discrimination abilities to predict the outcomes for the local medical system  ...  For example, a patient with RTS = 1.8134, New Trauma and Injury Severity Score (NTRISS) This score is a NISS, RTS and GCS derived scale.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3685673 fatcat:uqusoowma5eejfphgtvewoyzui

Trauma scoring systems: a review11No competing interests declared.22Some introductory material in this article appears in Shatz D, Kirton OC, McKenney MG, Civetta JM. Manual of Trauma and Emergency Surgery, Philadelphia: WB Saunders (October)

Christopher K. Senkowski, Mark G. McKenney
1999 Journal of the American College of Surgeons  
of predictive ability was ASCOT for predicting survival in blunt trauma patients (HL test Ͻ15.5, see below).  ...  It is inappropriate to predict outcomes of the individual patient or to initiate treatment based on predicted outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1072-7515(99)00190-8 pmid:10549738 fatcat:ik4xo2lfsncephkdg5rfcqswpq

Early Prediction of Massive Transfusion in Trauma: Simple as ABC (Assessment of Blood Consumption)?

Timothy C. Nunez, Igor V. Voskresensky, Lesly A. Dossett, Ricky Shinall, William D. Dutton, Bryan A. Cotton
2009 Journal of Trauma  
ABC score of 2 or greater was 75% sensitive and 86% specific for predicting MT (correctly classified 85%).  ...  ABC score was assigned based on four nonweighted parameters: penetrating mechanism, positive focused assessment sonography for trauma, arrival systolic blood pressure of 90 mm Hg or less, and arrival heart  ...  Pryor, MD, whose passion, dedication, and sacrifice for the care of the injured will forever humble and inspire us.  ... 
doi:10.1097/ta.0b013e3181961c35 pmid:19204506 fatcat:ig7lxomreffqzez66tfiquu53i
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