EuroSCORE

EuroSCORE

(ūr′ō-skor″)
European System for Cardiac Operative Risk Evaluation (an algorithm to estimate the likelihood of death from cardiac surgery, based on patient history, cardiac physiology, and the nature of the surgery).
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The EuroSCORE II risk factors (including female, dyspraxia, severe preoperative severe condition [e.
Performance of EuroSCORE in CABG and off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting: single institution experience and meta-analysis.
Patients were selected for percutaneous rather than surgical approach due to high surgical risk as assessed by EuroSCORE II and STS score.
EuroSCORE e os pacientes submetidos a revascularizacao do miocardio na Santa Casa de Sao Paulo.
A la hora de decidir el tratamiento quirurgico se debe tener en cuenta que el EUROSCORE II (European System for Cardiac Operative Risk Evaluation) subestima la mortalidad, especialmente en pacientes con riesgo predicho mayor del 10% (53).
Contract notice: Implementation of an extranet site for EuroSCORE III
Los primeros procedimientos de revascularizacion miocardica fueron realizados en 1964; desde entonces continuos avances han surgido, disminuyendo los riesgos inherentes de morbilidad y muerte relacionada al procedimiento; la estandarizacion de desenlaces se basa en la anatomia coronaria, la enfermedad subyacente, la edad del paciente, las comorbilidades, las preferencias del paciente y la experiencia del centro operador; a la fecha el modelo EuroSCORE es uno de los metodos mas aceptados para estratificar el riesgo de mortalidad quirurgica.
This fact emerges from the different indexes that assess risk in this type of surgery, such as the New York State, Cleveland Clinic, Magoverm, or EuroSCORE indexes.
Dynamic Trends in Cardiac Surgery: Why the Logistic EuroSCORE Is No Longer Suitable for Contemporary Cardiac Surgery and Implications for Future Risk Models.
Factors affecting the development of vascular complication included Euroscore (p=O.
The logistic EuroSCORE [greater than or equal to] 20% is very established and often used in this setting as well; a score [greater than or equal to] 20% has been proposed to define high risk.