trauma injury severity score

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trauma injury severity score

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TRISS

A calculation of the probability that an injured person will survive serious trauma. It is made on the basis of the patient's age. the type of trauma (blunt versus penetrating), and the injury severity score and revised trauma score.
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Average and standard deviation of our patients' ISS, NISS, PTS, RTS and TRISS scores are given in Table 3.
Duration of mechanical ventilation (MV) and haemogram result did not have a statistically significant relationship with GCS, RTS, AIS, ISS, TS and TRISS (p>0.05).
Measuring trauma outcomes in India: an analysis based on TRISS methodology in a Mumbai university hospital.
The [STTGMA.sub.LE] was noted to have significantly greater predictive capacity compared to TRISS in the NTDB cohort (AUROC 0.83 vs.
In our study of patients with a BAC above normal limits, while the GCS, RTS, and TRISS decreased, the ISS increased.
While ISS and TRISS values increase, RTS value decreases and morbidity ratio increases [34].
I especially enjoyed Triss Stein's "Eldercare, which begins the book, and whose male protagonist lives with his mother, who is dealing with gradually worsening dementia, only making his problems with her and his lengthening bachelorhood all the more troublesome.
Something terrible has happened to Triss. It's worse than the story her parents tell, that Triss fell in the lake and came back with a raging fever.
The board-game takes players on a journey across the world of The Witcher as they assume the roles of four characters from the books and video games: Geralt of Rivia, monster slayer; Dandelion, roguish bard; Triss Merigold, cunning sorceress; and Yarpen Zigrin, dwarven warrior.
So I urge you to read the story of Triss, an 11-year-old girl who wakes up one day from an accident to find out that she has changed in a fundamental way.