Early physiological response to intensive care as a clinically relevant approach to predicting the outcome in severe acute pancreatitis.

@article{Flint2004EarlyPR,
  title={Early physiological response to intensive care as a clinically relevant approach to predicting the outcome in severe acute pancreatitis.},
  author={R. Flint and J. Windsor},
  journal={Archives of surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={139 4},
  pages={
          438-43
        }
}
HYPOTHESIS The physiological response to treatment is a better predictor of outcome in acute pancreatitis than are traditional static measures. DESIGN Retrospective diagnostic test study. The criterion standard was Organ Failure Score (OFS) and Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II (APACHE II) score at the time of hospital admission. SETTING Intensive care unit of a tertiary referral center, Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. PATIENTS Consecutive sample of 92… Expand
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