Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction Risk TIMI Score Calculator

Non-ST+ TIMI score

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Mortality at 14d: %

Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction Risk TIMI Score

The TIMI score (thrombolysis in myocardial infarction risk score) is used to guide clinical management and determine prognosis by stratifying the risks of mortality from any cause, non-fatal re-infarction, progression to STEMI or requiring medical treatment. emergency revascularization treatment within 14 days of the onset of an episode of unstable angina. The higher the score, the more reserved the prognosis. It is most commonly used in hospitals.

Risk stratification of acute coronary syndromes (ST+ and non ST+)

- Acute coronary syndromes are categorized as ST+ and non-ST+ ACS

- There are myocardial infarctions of non-coronary origin.

- Assessing the ischemic risk makes it possible to adapt revascularization strategies in non-ST+ ACS

- Assessing the risk of bleeding reduces the incidence of bleeding complications.

- Assessing the ischemic and hemorrhagic risks only makes sense if the diagnosis of SCA was confirmed.

- No diagnostic score has been validated with sufficient sensitivity.