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The Problems with Risk Prediction during an Emergency Medical Admission Using Laboratory Data – Evidence from Potassium

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Background: The prediction of clinical outcomes using biochemical markers is an important tool. Methods: We calculated a risk score for all emergency admissions 2002-2017. We related potassium and mortality in a multivariable fractional polynomial model. We investigated the potassium distribution and relationship of potassium to mortality over time. Results: There were…

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