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Validity Of Pneumonia Severity Index And Curb 65 Severity Scoring Systems In Community Acquired Pneumonia In Indian Setting; The Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases And Allied Sciences; 2010; vol.
Usefulness of procalcitonin levels in community-acquired pneumonia according to the patients outcome research team pneumonia severity index.
AHRQ -- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality--I liked the pneumonia severity index calculator at this site.
A diagnosis of CAP was established with a Pneumonia Severity Index CURB-65 score of 5/5.
Validity of pneumonia severity index and CURB-65 severity scoring systems in community acquired pneumonia in an Indian setting.
devised the pneumonia severity index (PSI) method based on their study of more than 50,000 outpatients and also hospitalized patients diagnosed with community acquired pneumonia.
Following a site-of-care decision, ideally made with the help of a severity-of-illness scoring system such as the CURB-65 (Confusion, Urea nitrogen, Respiratory rate, Blood pressure, 65 years of age and older) or Pneumonia Severity Index, the guidelines recommend cultures whenever the result is likely to significantly alter standard empiric treatment.
However, although the well-established Pneumonia Severity Index (PSI) and the CURB-65 (confusion, uremia, respiratory rate, blood pressure, age 65 years or older) scoring systems are excellent tools, "clinical judgment based on more subjective criteria should override the rules," Dr.