BISAP


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BISAP

Bedside Index for Severity in Acute Pancreatitis, a scoring system for determining the likelihood of dying in patients with acute pancreatitis.
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0% for BISAP score, the difference was statistically significant.
This predictive ability of CTSI for these parameters was similar to BISAP score suggesting no additional advantage of early contrast enhanced CT scan over clinical scores in predicting mortality.
On the other hand, prediction of need for intervention during course of disease was superior with CTSI than BISAP score.
Both the BISAP and APACHE II scores incorporate systemic inflammatory response syndrome, age and Glasgow Coma Scale.
A BISAP score of [greater than or equal to] 3 was associated with higher morbidity than scores of <3.
BISAP is more accurate for predicting the severity of acute pancreatitis than the serum PCT, APACHE-II, Glasgow and CTSI scores.
Patients with organ failure and BISAP score more than 3 were found to have prolonged hospital stay.
BISAP score helps to assess the severity and risks of morbidity and mortality in acute pancreatitis as early as within 24 hours of presentation, which helps to improve the clinical care by early intervention, supportive measures and aggressive treatment.
Para lograr una mayor precision en la sensibilidad y especificidad se seleccionaron valores de puntuacion correspondientes PAS en las diferentes escalas como puntuacion BISAP [mayor que o iqual a]3, RANSON [mayor que o iqual a]3 y APACHE II [mayor que o iqual a] 8.
El numero de pacientes con una puntuacion de BISAP [mayor que o iqual a] 3 fue de 7 pacientes, una puntuacion de RANSON [mayor que o iqual a] 3 fue de 21 pacientes y una puntuacion de APACHEII [mayor que o iqual a] 8 fue en 26 pacientes.
En cuanto a la estratificacion de los pacientes con la escala de puntuacion de BISAP para predecir PAG, NP y mortalidad se describen en la tabla 3.
Ningun paciente presento 5 puntos en la escala de BISAP.