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Puntuacion Escala Revised Trauma Score Glasgow Coma Scale Systolic Blood Respiratory Rate Coded Value (GCS) Pressure (SBP) (RR) 13-15 >89 10-29 4 9-12 76-89 >29 3 6-8 50*75 6-9 2 4-5 1-49 1-5 1 3 0 0 0 RTS = 0.9368 GCS + 0.7326 SBP + 0.2908 RR Tomado de: Champion, HR.
Table 1: The ocular trauma scores for one hundred thirty-one open glob injuries.
In Phase 2, we used 4 years (2008 to 2011) of the National Trauma Databank Research Dataset (NTDB RDS) to validate our newly developed trauma scores. We identified 59,965 low-energy and 97,034 high-energy geriatric and middle-age trauma patients with complete data (all variables included in our newly developed score) that formed the basis of the validation cohort.
Ocular trauma score in open globe i njuries inflicted on troops fighting on western front of Pakistan.
[3] It is a combination of the previously used Trauma Early Warning Score and another trauma score, and is currently used in multidisciplinary settings, including the prehospital setting and the emergency department.
The Ocular Trauma Score (OTS) (4) was first published in 2002 and it estimates visual function six months after the trauma by assigning a score according to the initial visual acuity and then subtracting another score according to the presence of eyeball rupture, endophthalmitis, ocular perforation, retinal detachment and afferent pupillary defect.
The surgical trauma score (Table 2, P=0.06), mean age adjusted minimum alveolar concentration (0.97[+ or -]0.03 vs 0.95[+ or -]0.03, P=0.59), morphine effect-site concentration (5.44[+ or -]1.32 vs 3.81[+ or -]0.61, P=0.27), patient gender (P=0.38), EEG signs from segments taken at the midpoint of anaesthesia - SLAmid (0.41[+ or -]0.03 vs 0.47[+ or -]0.02, P=0.08), SEmid (45.7[+ or -]2.6 vs 41.8[+ or -]1.7, P=0.19), delta power (8.71[+ or -]0.13 vs 8.81[+ or -]0.11, P=0.56) were all not significantly associated with pain in PACU.

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