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Wheeler, India; Price, Charlotte L; Sitch, Alice; Banda, Peter; Kellett, John; Nyirenda, Mulinda; Rylance, Jamie (2013)
Publisher: Public Library of Science
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: RA0421, RA
Early warning scores (EWS) are widely used in well-resourced healthcare settings to identify patients at risk of mortality. The Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) is a well-known EWS used comprehensively in the United Kingdom. The HOTEL score (Hypotension, Oxygen saturation, Temperature, ECG abnormality, Loss of independence) was developed and tested in a European cohort; however, its validity is unknown in resource limited settings. This study compared the performance of both scores and suggested modifications to enhance accuracy.

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