Home»Research Audit and Clinical Practice»The prediction of death up to 100 days after admission to hospital for acute medical illness – the comparison of two ECG interpretation methods with ECG-dispersion mapping

The prediction of death up to 100 days after admission to hospital for acute medical illness – the comparison of two ECG interpretation methods with ECG-dispersion mapping


Abstract Background: the prognostic performances of different ECG interpretation methods have not been compared. Methods: the 100 day mortality of 513 patients predicted by Marquette proprietary ECG software, Tan et al’s scoring system and the myocardial micro-alternation index (MMI) were compared. Results: 33 patients (6.4%) died within 100 days of…

Please log in or register to see more.
Log In Register
Authors: ,
Reference:

Previous post

Society for Acute Medicine Benchmarking Audit 2015: The Patient Perspective

Next post

A UK wide survey on attitudes to point of care ultrasound training amongst clinicians working on the Acute Medical Unit