PCI mortality - Michigan

Questions

1.Number of Diseased Vessels with ≥70% Stenosis (LAD, LCX, RCA, Grafts)?
2.Acute MI?
3.Shock?
4.Creatinine?
5.History of Cardiac Arrest?
6.Age (Years)?
7.EF?
8.Thrombus?
9.PVD?
10.Gender?

References

Mauro Moscucci, MD; Eva Kline-Rogers, RN, MS; David Share, MD, MPH; Michael O’Donnell, MD; Ann Maxwell-Eward, PhD; William L. Meengs, MD; Phillip Kraft, MD; Anthony C. DeFranco, MD; James L. Chambers, MD; Kirit Patel, MD; John G. McGinnity, MS, PAC; Kim A. Eagle, MD

Simple bedside additive tool for prediction of in-hospital mortality after percutaneous coronary interventions.

Circulation 2001 July 17, 104 (3): 263-8

Jaroslav Hubacek, P. Diane Galbraith, Min Gao, Karin Humphries, Michelle M. Graham, Merril L. Knudtson, William A.

External validation of a percutaneous coronary intervention mortality prediction model in patients with acute coronary syndromes.

American Heart Journal 2006, 151 (2): 308-15

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1. Number of Diseased Vessels with ≥70% Stenosis (LAD, LCX, RCA, Grafts)?

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