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Improving the Accuracy of Cardiovascular Component of the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment ScoreH Yadav et al. Crit Care Med 43 (7), 1449-57. PMID 25785522.The modified cardiovascular component of the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment score outperforms the existing cardiovascular component of the Sequential Organ Failure A …
Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, Sequential Organ Failure Assessment, and Quick Sequential Organ Failure Assessment: More Pieces Needed in the Sepsis PuzzleB Du et al. J Thorac Dis 9 (3), 452-454. PMID 28449442.
Application of the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) Score to Patients With Cancer Admitted to the Intensive Care UnitSA Namendys-Silva et al. Am J Hosp Palliat Care 26 (5), 341-6. PMID 19357377.The aim of the current study was to describe the utility of the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment score in assessing the severity of organ dysfunction in patients with …
Application of the Intelligent Techniques in Transplantation Databases: A Review of Articles Published in 2009 and 2010FS Sousa et al. Transplant Proc 43 (4), 1340-2. PMID 21620124. - ReviewThe replacement of defective organs with healthy ones is an old problem, but only a few years ago was this issue put into practice. Improvements in the whole transplantat …
Big Data, Big Knowledge: Big Data for Personalized HealthcareM Viceconti et al. IEEE J Biomed Health Inform 19 (4), 1209-15. PMID 26218867. - ReviewThe idea that the purely phenomenological knowledge that we can extract by analyzing large amounts of data can be useful in healthcare seems to contradict the desire of V …
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qSOFA Score: Predictive Validity in Enterobacteriaceae Bloodstream InfectionsJP Burnham et al. J Crit Care 43, 143-147. PMID 28898743.Our results support qSOFA score, AMS, and sepsis severity as acceptable bedside tools for prognostication during initial clinical assessment in patients with sepsis. qSOF …
Comparison of qSOFA and SIRS for Predicting Adverse Outcomes of Patients With Suspicion of Sepsis Outside the Intensive Care UnitEJ Finkelsztein et al. Crit Care 21 (1), 73. PMID 28342442.In patients with suspected infection who eventually required admission to the ICU, qSOFA calculated before their ICU admission had greater accuracy than SIRS for predicti …