Blatchford score

Blatchford score

(blach′fŏrd)
[O. Blatchford, contemporary Scottish gastroenterologist]
An assessment tool to determine which patients with upper GI bleeding are likely to rebleed or die from hemorrhage and therefore which patients would benefit from urgent endoscopy.
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Doctors have created the Glasgow Blatchford Score (GBS), a clinical scoring system to determine the severity of internal bleeding, which will identify low-risk patients who can be treated as outpatients.
Glasgow Royal Infirmary consultant Andrew Stanley led the study into the Glasgow Blatchford Score, a scale which determines the seriousness of an injury.