Society of Thoracic Surgeons 2008 cardiaal chirurgisch risicomodel CABG: Diep sternale wondinfectie
Het huidige model is onderdeel van de 2008 cardiac surgery risk models en is ontwikkeld door de Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS). Dit model is specifiek ontwikkeld voor patiënten die een Coronary Artery Bypass Graft operatie ondergaan. 

Huidig model berekent het risico op een diep sternale wondinfectie tot 30 dagen na de operatie

Overige uitkomsten van de STS risicomodellen omvatten het risico op: mortaliteit, hersenbloeding (CVA), nierfalen, verlengde post-operatieve beademing, reoperatie, ernstige morbiditeit of mortaliteit, verlengde ziekenhuisopname, korte ziekenhuisopname. 

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Research authors: David M. Shahian, Sean M. O'Brien, Giovanni Filardo, Victor A. Ferraris, Constance K. Haan, Jeffrey B. Rich, Sharon-Lise T. Normand, Elizabeth R. DeLong, Cynthia M. Shewan, Rachel S. Dokholyan, Eric D. Peterson, Fred H. Edwards, Richard P. Anderson
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Huidig model berekent het risico op een diep sternale wondinfectie tot 30 dagen na de operatie

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