Gravity Acute Pancreatitis Imrie, Blamey, Osborne and Glasgow Scores Calculator



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Gravity Acute Pancreatitis Imrie, Blamey, Osborne and Glasgow Scores

We are talking about benign pancreatitis when the scores are less than 3, severe pancreatitis beyond. In 1974, Ranson described the well -known scoring which bears his name on the basis of pancreatitis for the most part of alcoholic origin. In 1978, the number of criteria was reduced to 9 in Imrie's score, then in 1981 to 8 in the scores of Osborne or Glasgow, ignoring age, as well as in 1984 in the Blamey score, ignore it transaminases. The purpose of these modifications was to adapt the score to the bile etiologies of pancreatitis and also to simplify the collection of certain criteria that are difficult to assess (liquid sequestration for example).