This is a list of all Emergency related medical scores and algorithms with their corresponding calculator/app.
Evaluates the level of consciousness following traumatic brain injury by considering the eye, verbal and motor response.
Assesses the severity of trauma from multiple injuries in 6 body regions based on the Abbreviated Injury Scale.
Prognoses survival in blunt and penetrating trauma based on RTS, GCS and ISS scores.
Assesses the level of awareness of the patient in terms of alertness, verbal or pain stimulation.
Evaluates health and status deterioration risk in infant and child patients.
Determines risk of adverse outcome in patients with diagnosed infections and suspected sepsis.
Provides a list of values for vital signs that are normal given the age of the patient.
Evaluates the illness degree in patients likely to require intensive care.
Predicts hospital mortality in ICU based on physiological patient data and chronic health conditions.
Evaluates whether diagnosis of necrotizing fasciitis is likely, based on 6 clinical determinations.
Determines the 10-year survival in patients suffering from multiple comorbidities.
Helps diagnose SIRS based on clinical data about immune response.
Evaluates health status at the start of ICU admission and predicts mortality risk.
Helps diagnose acute appendicitis based on results from clinical tests and present appendicitis symptoms.
Compares patient heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate and temperature with adult normal ranges.
Checks patients for signs of declining condition requiring transfer to ICU and signs of adverse outcome.
Stratifies injury severity based on type of trauma and wound characteristics.
Determines the severity and outcome of traumatic injuries in triage based on physiological scoring.
Evaluates the severity of spinal injury and determines whether surgery is necessary or not.
Evaluates neurological function in patients with traumatic brain injury.
Determines probability of stroke based on facial droop, arm drift and abnormal speech.
Determines ICU mortality risk based on patient clinical data.
Helps diagnose metabolic syndrome based on blood pressure, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides and glucose.
Determines the fluid for immediate, 8 and 24h administration based on patient weight and burn severity.
Consists in criteria for sepsis diagnosis when infection is present.
Helps emergency room evaluation of infant and child patients with trauma.
Assesses neurological function based on four patient responses.
Predicts outcome in patients with limb trauma and risk of amputation.
Determines whether the patient is in need of urgent care based on the law definition of an emergency condition.
Determines the likelihood of a stroke episode based on five independent risk factors.