Evaluation of score for neonatal acute physiology and perinatal extension II and clinical risk index for babies with additional parameters
AuthorAsker, Hüseyin Selim
Yapıcıoğlu Yıldıztaş, Hacer
Mutlu Özyurt, Banu
İpek, Mehmet Şah
Burgut, Hüseyin Refik
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CitationAsker, H. S., Satar, M., Yapıcıoğlu Yıldıztaş, H., Mutlu, B., Banu, M., İpek, M. Ş., Sivaslı, E., Taviloğlu, Ş., Çelik, Y., Özcan, K., Burgut, H. R. ve Ünal, İ. (2016). Evaluation of score for neonatal acute physiology and perinatal extension II and clinical risk index for babies with additional parameters. Pediatric International Journal. 58(10), s. 984-987.
Background: The aim of this study was to determine mortality risk by calculating Score for Neonatal Acute Physiology and Perinatal Extension II (SNAP-PE-II) and Clinical Risk Index for Babies (CRIB) score, and evaluate prediction of the effects of antenatal corticosteroid and surfactant treatment on mortality. Methods: This multicenter study was conducted simultaneously in five different centers in four different provinces in Southern Turkey between July 2012 and July 2013. A total of 1668 inborn subjects hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit within the first 12 h of delivery, and meeting the selection criteria, were included in the study, and CRIB and SNAP-PE-II were used to determine mortality. Results: The SNAP-PE-II scoring system was applied to all patients, and the CRIB scoring system was used for 310 newborns with gestational age <32 weeks and weighing <1500 g. Of the 1668 patients, 188 died (mortality rate, 11.3%). Cut-off was found to vary with center, which changed specificity and sensitivity of the mortality scores. SNAP-PE-II significantly predicted mortality (P < 0.05) compared with CRIB. SNAP-PE-II also successfully predicted mortality in the group receiving antenatal corticosteroid compared with the group not receiving antenatal corticosteroid. Conclusion: SNAP-PE-II was a significant predictor of mortality in newborns with birthweight <1500 g compared with CRIB, and assessment of antenatal corticosteroid use in conjunction with SNAP-PE-II increased the accuracy of the prediction of mortality.
SourcePediatric International Journal
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