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GI bleed complication risk
In-hospital GI bleed complication risk in adults (in-hospital complication = recurrent GI hemorrhage, surgical laparotomy to control hemorrhage, or death).

Any "Yes" answer makes the patient "Higher risk"
Result:
Calculation requires an answer to the question:
"Ongoing bleeding (via N-G tube, emesis, or bowel movements, excluding coffee ground hematemesis and formed black stool)?"
 
Ongoing bleeding (via N-G tube, emesis, or bowel movements, excluding coffee ground hematemesis and formed black stool)?
Yes
No
 
Systolic blood pressure less than 100 mmHg (excluding orthostatic readings)?
Yes
No
 
Prothrombin time elevated more than 1.2 times control?
Yes
No
 
Unstable comorbid disease? (any organ system abnormality that would normally require ICU admit such as MI)
Yes
No
 
Erratic or altered mental status? (of ANY cause)
Yes
No
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