The Role of NEWS on Intensive Care Discharges

2018-08-15 18:45:12 | BioPortfolio


This study aims to determine the ability of the NEWS at tertiary intensive care unit discharges to predict the development of clinical deterioration.


The Nationaly Early Warning Score (NEWS) is a single score based on the measurement of vital signs and inspired gases by the patient. A higher NEWS indicates severity of illness and risk of adverse outcomes. The use of NEWS values to select the appropriate patients for tertiary ICU discharges has not been tested. Our aim is to test the power of NEWS on discharges tertiary ICU.

Study Design


Intensive Care


readmission, discharge


Hitit university




Hitit University

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-08-15T18:45:12-0400

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