Bedside estimation of risk as an aid for decision-making in cardiac surgery

Field Value
Model ID00-006-01
Model NameBernstein-Parsonnet Score
Pubmed ID10750767
First AuthorBernstein
JournalAnnals of Thoracic Surgery
Year2000
TitleBedside estimation of risk as an aid for decision-making in cardiac surgery
Primary Index ConditionCardiac Surgery
Secondary Index ConditionN/A
OutcomeMortality
Model Sample Size8593
Cohort Sample Size10703
Number of Events455
Follow-Up DurationShort (<3 months)
AUROC0.811
Calibration Reported
CovariatesFemale gender, Age 70-75, Age 76-79, Age 80+, Congestive failure, COPD, severe, Diabetes, Ejection fraction 30-49%, Ejection fraction <30%, Hypertension (>140/90, or history of hypertension, or currently taking antihypertension medication), Left-main dise
Mesh TermsTo be updated
Number of Validations5

External Validations

Yes
5
0.807
1st Author Year Sample Size AUC Calibration Relatedness
Mejia 2012 1122 0.799 Yes Related
Mejia 2012 3000 0.8 Yes Related
Mejia 2012 429 0.807 Yes Distantly Related
Roque 2005 762 0.82 No Distantly Related
Berman 2006 1639 0.83 Yes Related