Revised Trauma Score (Survival Probability)
The current model comprises the revision of the trauma score developed in 1981 by Champion et al. The revised score was developed 8 years later in 1989 by te same authors.

The score consists of three continuous measurements, Glasgow Coma Scale, Systolic Blood Pressure, and Respiratory Rate. Based on the input of these variables, a score of 0 to 4 is assigned. A higher score is associated with higher probability of survival.

The current model calculates the absulote survival probability of a patient instead of the score between 0 - 8.
Research authors: Howard R Champion, William J Sacco, Wayne S Copes, Donals S Gann, Thomas A Gennarelli, Maureen E Flanagan
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Model ID
1538
Version
1.7
Revision date
2018-09-28
MeSH terms
  • Glasgow Coma Scale
  • Model type
    Logistic regression (Calculation)
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    Total population size: 2166

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    Predicted probability of survival is:
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    Predicted probability of survival is:

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    Patients with a probability <60% have been proposed to be treated in a trauma center. However, this value may be fairly low and other protocols recommend other thresholds to identify patients for immediate care. 

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    Calculations alone should never dictate patient care, and are no substitute for professional judgement. See our full disclaimer.

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