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Estimates 7-day mortality of emergency CHF patients.
Estimates prognosis after an acute ischemic stroke.
May be a more sensitive indicator of occult shock, especially in trauma or acute hemorrhage.
Predicts 30-day outcome of patients with pulmonary embolism using 11 clinical criteria.
Estimates an average glucose level from Hemoglobin A1C value.
Predicts 30-day outcome of patients with PE, with fewer criteria than the original PESI.
Estimates admission-6 month mortality for patients with acute coronary syndrome.
Defines the severity of sepsis and septic shock.
Defines when knee x-rays are unnecessary, based on the Pittsburgh rules.
Estimates risk of major bleeding for patients on anticoagulation to assess risk-benefit in atrial fibrillation care.
Provides Light's Criteria to help determine if pleural fluid is exudative.
Quantifies HIV exposure risk by source and exposure type and need for prophylaxis.
Calculates stroke risk for patients with atrial fibrillation, possibly better than the CHADS2 score.
Clinically clears cervical spine fracture without imaging.
Predicts ICU mortality based on lab results and clinical data.
Predicts mortality in patients with alcoholic hepatitis by lab results and age.
West Haven Criteria. Defines criteria for the stages of hepatic encephalopathy.
Provides mortality estimate in patients with ACS using only blood pressure, heart rate, and age.
Calculates PO/IV NAC dosing for acetaminophen overdose (and nomogram to determine toxic 4 hour level).
Recommends who should be immediately referred for liver transplant.
Stratifies Upper GI bleeding patients who are "low-risk" and candidates for outpatient management.
Calculates Wells' Score for risk of DVT.
Estimates the risk of stroke after a TIA.
Rules out PE if all criteria are present and pre-test probability is ≤15%.
Estimates cirrhosis severity.
Corrects a phenytoin serum level for renal failure and/or hypoalbuminemia.
Estimates mortality of community-acquired pneumonia to help determine inpatient vs. outpatient treatment.
Calculates the expected pCO2 compensation in a purely metabolic acidosis.
Objectifies risk of pulmonary embolism.
Calculates free water deficit by estimated total body water.
Estimates mortality for patients with unstable angina and non-ST elevation MI.
Estimates probability that pharyngitis is streptococcal, and suggests management course.
Determines if chronic diarrhea is osmotic or secretory in nature.
Estimates mortality in patients with STEMI.
Calculates sodium quantity missing in hyponatremia.
Calculates expected serum osmolarity, for comparison to measured osmolarity to detect unmeasured compounds in the serum.
Estimates mortality of patients with pancreatitis, based on initial and 48-hour lab values.
Calculates fluid requirements for burn patients in a 24-hour period.
Estimates glomerular filtration rate based on creatinine and patient characteristics.
Calculates mean arterial pressure.
Calculates pediatric maintenance fluid requirements by weight.
Calculates LDL based on total and HDL cholesterol and triglycerides.
Determines the cause of renal failure. Similar to the FENa, but can be used on patients on diuretics.
Determines if renal failure is due to pre-renal, post-renal, or intrinsic renal pathology.
Suggests which patients with alcoholic hepatitis may have a poor prognosis and benefit from steroid administration.
Calculates the actual sodium level in patients with hyperglycemia.
Corrects the QT interval for heart rate extremes.
Calculates CRCL according to the Cockcroft-Gault equation.
Estimates stroke risk in patients with atrial fibrillation.
The Framingham Risk Score estimates risk of heart attack in 10 years.
Estimates mortality for adult patients with community-acquired pneumonia.
Calculates a corrected calcium level for patients with hypoalbuminemia.
Estimates the Body Mass Index and Body Surface Area.
Calculates daily energy expenditure.
Estimates ICU mortality.
Evaluates states of metabolic acidosis.
Assesses appropriate response to anemia, frequently in Sickle Cell Disease patients.
Frequently used to assess neutropenic fever in chemotherapy patients.
Assesses for degree of shunting and V/Q mismatch.