Cumulative illness rating scale (CIRS) calculator

heart only.
High blood pressure
Score based on severity; organic lesions are scored separately
Blood, blood vessels and blood cells, bone marrow, spleen, lymph nodes.
Lungs, bronchi, trachea under the larynx.
Ophthalmology and ENT
Eyes, ears, nose, pharynx, larynx.

Upper gastrointestinal tract
Esophagus, stomach and duodenum; pancreas; excluding diabetes.
Lower gastrointestinal tract
Intestines, hernias.
Liver and bile ducts.
Kidneys only
Genitourinary system
Ureters, bladder, urethra, prostate, genitalia.
Musculoskeletal integuments
Muscles, bones, skin.
Central and peripheral nerves
Brain, spinal cord, nerves; excluding dementia.
Including diabetes, thyroid; breasts; systemic infections; intoxications.
Psychiatric / behavioral disorders
Including dementia, depression, anxiety, agitation/delirium, psychosis.

Score :

Cumulative illness rating scale (CIRS)

The CIRS score (Cumulative Illness Rating Scale) allows a relevant comparison of medical burden and treatment results in geriatric patients with variable and complex pathologies.

Interpretation of the result: Cumulative illness rating scale (CIRS)

For each organ system, rate according to the grid:

0. No problems: No pathologies affecting this system or previous medical problems that are not clinically significant.

1. Mild problem: Mild current problem or significant past problem.

2. Moderate problem: Moderate impairment or morbidity and/or requiring treatment (first line).

3. Severe problem: Severe pathology and/or constant and disabling impairment and/or difficult control of chronic problems (complex therapeutic regimen).

4. Very serious problem: Extremely severe illness and/or immediate treatment required and/or organ failure and/or serious functional incapacity.