Teno 1 Year Help Model Index

  • Population: medicine and ICU patients aged 80 years and older
  • Outcome: All cause 1 and 2 year mortality
  • Scroll to the bottom for more detailed information

Risk Calculator
1. How old is your patient?
2. What is your patients Glasgow Coma Score on admission?
3. What is your patient's acute physiology score on the APACHE III on the 3rd hospital day?
The Apache III Acute Physiologic Score (APS) is determined by scoring every component of the Apache III excluding age, comorbidity, and the 3 components of the Glasgow Coma Score.
4. How many ADL impairments did your patient have 2 weeks prior to admission?
5. Does your patient's chart document recent weight loss?
6. What are the primary reasons for your patient's hospital admission?
• acute respiratory failure, multiple organ system failure, or coma?
• congestive heart failure?
• cancer?
• other (non-ICU, non-CHF, or non-orthopedic)?
Total Points: 0
Your best guess of one year mortality risk


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