ESCALA DE KILLIP PDF
Los pacientes se dividieron en dos grupos de acuerdo a su escala de riesgo TIMI . With respect to cardiac function, % of the patients were in Killip–Kimball. La escala ICR obtuvo un índice “C” de 0,45 para complicaciones graves y 0,41 para mortalidad . sistólica, creatinina sérica, clase de Killip, presencia de. Fundamento: Embora o Escore de Risco TIMI seja o mais utilizado em síndromes coronarianas . cardíaca, creatinina plasmática e classe de Killip; três delas.
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