Eagle score

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Eagle score is a five-point scoring system, used mainly for vascular patients, and allows for an accurate estimate of a patient's risk of dying during heart surgery.[1]

Main risk factors[edit]

Estimated mortality[edit]

0 factor: 3%
1-2 factors: 8%
3 factors: 18%

References[edit]

  1. ^ L'Italien Gj, et al. Development and validation of a Baysian model for perioperative cardiac risk assessment in a cohort of 1,081 vascular surgical candidates. J Am Coll Cardiol 27, 779-86