Modified shock index and mortality rate of emergency patients.

@article{Liu2012ModifiedSI,
  title={Modified shock index and mortality rate of emergency patients.},
  author={Ye-cheng Liu and Ji-hai Liu and Zhe Amy Fang and Guang-liang Shan and Jun Xu and Z Qi and Huadong Zhu and Zhong Wang and Xue-zhong Yu},
  journal={World journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={114-7}
}
BACKGROUND This study aimed to determine whether modified shock index (MSI) is associated with mortality that is superior to heart rate, blood pressure, or the shock index (SI) in emergency patients. METHODS A retrospective database review was performed on 22 161 patients who presented to Peking Union Medical College Hospital Emergency Department and received intravenous fluids from January 1 to December 31, 2009. We gathered data of the patients on age, gender, vital signs, levels of… CONTINUE READING
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