3 years ago

Objective Model Using Only Gender, Age and Medication List Predicts In-hospital Morbidity After Elective Surgery

Mackersey, K. S., Kendale, S. M., Miller, J. C., Blitz, J. D.
(Abstracted from Br J Anaesth, 118(4):544–550, 2017) Using a retrospective single-center database study, a risk-evaluation tool for elective surgery was devised. This neutral prognostic tool of in-hospital postoperative morbidity used commonly available data, such as sex, age, and list of medications to assess risk without depending on laboratory tests or complex diagnoses.
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