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Descripción

The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator provides the percentage probability of death or death/MI at time-points up to 3 years following admission with an acute coronary syndrome, and is designed to help clinicians decide on appropriate treatment options for patients with ACS.

This updated calculator provides more accurate non-linear computations and an updated interface for mobile devices, providing rapid and intuitive risk assessment. Additional features include:
•Population histograms with high-, medium- and low-risk markers
•New 1- and 3-year calculations
•New calculations provide probabilities directly, bypassing scores
•“Mini-GRACE” algorithm (for use when serum creatinine and Killip class may not be available)
•The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator app has been defined as a medical device under the Medical Device Directive (MDD) 93/42/EEC and has been CE-marked to indicate compliance with the Directive

The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator uses the following powerfully predictive clinical risk factors to calculate the probability of adverse events:
•age
•heart rate
•systolic blood pressure
•creatinine levels*
•Killip class*
•ST-segment deviation
•elevated troponin or other cardiac biomarkers
•cardiac arrest at admission

*Substitute factors (renal failure, diuretic use) may be used when creatinine measurements or Killip class are unavailable. The calculator automatically implements the “mini-GRACE” algorithm in such cases.

The GRACE Risk Score has been extensively and independently validated, but any medical decision must be based on a complete clinical assessment and not on the use of this risk calculator in isolation.

Novedades

Versión 1.1

Improved accuracy of risk calculation at 6 months for the subset of patients with a heart rate of between 150 and 199 bpm.

Información

Desarrollador
AS&K Mercury Healthcare Communications Ltd
Tamaño
7.4 MB
Categoría
Medicina
Compatibilidad
Requiere iOS 5.0 o posterior. Compatible con iPhone, iPad y iPod touch.
Idiomas
Inglés
Edad
Clasificada 4+
Copyright
©2013 University of Edinburgh and University of Massachusetts
Precio
Gratis

Compatibilidad

  • En familia

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