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Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) for Clinical Deterioration - MDCalc
Critical Care volume 15 , Article number: R95 Cite this article. Metrics details. Due to the increasing burden on hospital systems, most elderly patients with non-surgical sepsis are admitted to general internal medicine departments. Disease-severity scoring systems are used for stratification of patients for utilization management, performance assessment, and clinical research.
Early warning score challenges and opportunities in the care of deteriorating patients
It is important to identify students at-risk for school non-completion as early as possible. Research has demonstrated that data sources such as teacher nomination and individual demographic characteristics are less accurate identification methods of students who are at-risk for not graduating on-time. Instead, the use of early warning systems EWS based upon research validated indicators that reliably identify students who are Off-track, or at-risk for not graduating on-time, has been a promising approach. Questions remain though about the relationship of Off-track Status at an earlier time point to Off-track Status at a later time point as well as the relationship between a variety of individual and school-level predictors and Off-track Status. The purpose of this study was to examine student patterns of Off-track for graduation Status at two time points each year from sixth grade through the end of 10th grade as determined by a district-implemented EWS.
Cuthbertson, G. Smith, A warning on early-warning scores! It is clinically intuitive that physiological deterioration precedes critical illness, and there is growing research evidence to support this belief. The first such scoring system, based on a single parameter trigger, was developed in Liverpool, Australia as part of the Medical Emergency Team MET concept.