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Admin28.06.2021

Serial measurement of Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System

APACHE II has been extensively validated, and despite being the oldest system, it still performs well.
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Admin16.06.2021

Simplified Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System: the TISS

Patient demographics, disease prevalence, and intensive care practice have changed considerably since [], and statistical and computational techniques have also progressed.
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Admin21.07.2021

TISS

MPM 0-III uses 16 variables, including 3 physiological parameters, obtained within 1 hour of ICU admission to estimate mortality probability at hospital discharge; the MPM 0 characterization is, therefore, based on patient condition largely before ICU care begins.
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Admin12.07.2021

APACHE II

Nunca foi validado em Portugal, apesar de ter sido utilizado em alguns estudos.
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Admin07.07.2021

TISS 28

3 years constituting 29 140 observation days.
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Admin22.08.2021

Simplified Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System: the TISS

Intensive Care Med 1997; 23: 760-5.
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Admin23.07.2021

Serial measurement of Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System

In 2005, a completely new SAPS model, the SAPS 3, was created.
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Admin10.07.2021

APACHE II

Nevertheless, some models have additional equations to assess use of resources, usually measured as risk-adjusted, weighted, ICU- or hospital days [, , ].
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Admin02.09.2021

APACHE II

Sirio CA, Shepardson LB, Rotondi AJ, Cooper GS, Angus DC, Harper DL, Rosenthal GE: Community-wide assessment of intensive care outcomes using a physiologically based prognostic measure: implications for critical care delivery from Cleveland Health Quality Choice.
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Admin12.08.2021

Validation of a Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System (TISS

Zimmerman JE, Kramer AA, McNair DS, Malila FM: Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation APACHE IV: hospital mortality assessment for today's critically ill patients.
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Admin01.09.2021

Serial measurement of Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System

The LODS was not initially validated for repeated use during the ICU stay, but in a study of 1,685 patients in French ICUs, the LODS was accurate in characterizing the progression of organ dysfunction during the first week of ICU stay [].