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RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 757-760


Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis

Adnan Khan, Sehrish Latif, Fareeha Farooqui, Sania Waseem, Humera Altaaf, Saeed Akhtar Awan.

Abstract
Objective: To find the frequency of mortality in acute pancreatitis patients with BISAP score >3.
Methodology: It was a quasi-experimental study done at PAF Hospital, Sargodha and CMH Sargodha, Pakistan from June 2016 to May 2017. All acute pancreatitis patients of both genders, between ages 15 to 75 years with BISAP score >3 were included. Data were collected on a predesigned proforma and analyzed using SPSS version 19.
Results: Total number of patient was 65. Male to female proportion was 1.24:1. Mean age was 52.8512.99 years. Mortality was 78.46% with BISAP score >3.
Conclusion: BISAP score can be added for the improvement of clinical care and risk stratification in the first 24 hours of presentation.

Key words: Acute pancreatitis, BISAP scores, severe acute pancreatitis (SAP).


 
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Khan A, Latif S, Farooqui F, Waseem S, Altaaf H, Awan SA. Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 757-760.


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Khan A, Latif S, Farooqui F, Waseem S, Altaaf H, Awan SA. Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=54247 [Access: March 28, 2020].


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Khan A, Latif S, Farooqui F, Waseem S, Altaaf H, Awan SA. Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. RMJ. 2019; 44(4): 757-760.



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Khan A, Latif S, Farooqui F, Waseem S, Altaaf H, Awan SA. Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. RMJ. (2019), [cited March 28, 2020]; 44(4): 757-760.



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Khan, A., Latif, . S., Farooqui, . F., Waseem, . S., Altaaf, . H. & Awan, . S. A. (2019) Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. RMJ, 44 (4), 757-760.



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Khan, Adnan, Sehrish Latif, Fareeha Farooqui, Sania Waseem, Humera Altaaf, and Saeed Akhtar Awan. 2019. Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (4), 757-760.



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Khan, Adnan, Sehrish Latif, Fareeha Farooqui, Sania Waseem, Humera Altaaf, and Saeed Akhtar Awan. "Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis." Rawal Medical Journal 44 (2019), 757-760.



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Khan, Adnan, Sehrish Latif, Fareeha Farooqui, Sania Waseem, Humera Altaaf, and Saeed Akhtar Awan. "Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis." Rawal Medical Journal 44.4 (2019), 757-760. Print.



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Khan, A., Latif, . S., Farooqui, . F., Waseem, . S., Altaaf, . H. & Awan, . S. A. (2019) Evaluation of BISAP Score >3 in determining mortality of severe acute pancreatitis. Rawal Medical Journal, 44 (4), 757-760.








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