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    Brief Resolved Unexplained Events 2.0 (BRUE 2.0) Criteria for Infants

    Classifies unexplained events, improves on the BRUE Criteria.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    Use in infants <1 year old who are asymptomatic and in their normal state of health at the time of evaluation. Do not use in symptomatic patients (e.g. fever, respiratory distress) or those with obvious cause for prior symptoms.

    When to Use

    Do you use the Brief Resolved Unexplained Events 2.0 (BRUE 2.0) Criteria for Infants and want to contribute your expertise? Join our contributor team!

    Entry criteria

    Must fulfill all 4 to evaluate for BRUE 2.0

    History of sudden, brief, and now resolved episode consisting of ≥1 of the following:

    Diagnostic Result:

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    Creator Insights
    Dr. Joel S. Tieder

    About the Creator

    Joel S. Tieder, MD, MPH is a Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Hospital Medicine at Seattle Children’s Hospital and the University Of Washington School Of Medicine. He is a pediatric hospitalist with scholarly focus on improving the delivery of quality care for hospitalized children, particularly through overcoming healthcare disparities and the use of evidence-based and family-centered care. Nationally, he is the Chair for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.

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    MDCalc loves calculator creators – researchers who, through intelligent and often complex methods, discover tools that describe scientific facts that can then be applied in practice. These are real scientific discoveries about the nature of the human body, which can be invaluable to physicians taking care of patients.
    Dr. Nassr Nama

    About the Creator

    Nassr Nama, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FAAP is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of General Pediatrics at British Columbia Children’s Hospital and the University of British Columbia. He is a pediatric hospitalist with research interests focused on improving care for hospitalized children, particularly by expediting evidence synthesis and providing risk stratification tools that allow physicians to safely allocate precious clinical resources to high-risk patients.

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    Dr. Matt Hall

    About the Creator

    Matt Hall, PhD is a principal biostatistician affiliated with the Children’s Hospital Association (CHA) and the Director of their Health Services Research Academy and Children’s Hospitals Institute of Pediatric Research (CHIPR)SM. He provides statistical support to all CHA divisions with a particular focus on health services and policy research. His statistical interests lie in multi-level modeling, nonparametric statistics, and graphical representations of large datasets. He has co-authored over 300 papers in peer-reviewed medical journals and is on the editorial board for Hospital Pediatrics. He is an ex officio board member of Pediatric Research in Inpatient Settings (PRIS) and is the research mentor for faculty members in the Division of Hospital Medicine at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO.

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    MDCalc loves calculator creators – researchers who, through intelligent and often complex methods, discover tools that describe scientific facts that can then be applied in practice. These are real scientific discoveries about the nature of the human body, which can be invaluable to physicians taking care of patients.
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