ICU SCORING SYSTEM
PRESENTED BY
MR. NAVID IQBAL ,Dr Deepak Agarwal
NURSE INFORMATICS SPECIALIST
JPNATC, AIIMS
INTRODUCTION
 ICU Scoring system started at April
2012.
 It was developed by JPNATC itself.
 It is calculates score the...
HOW TO USE ICU SCORING
SYSTEM
VITAL ENTRY SYSTEM
LAB MODULE
HOME PAGE
Types of ICU scoring
 APACHE SCORE :-Acute Physiology And Chronic
Health Evaluation
 SOFA SCORE :-Sequential Organ failu...
APACHE Score
 Acute Physiologic and Chronic Health
Evaluation (APACHE) II system- APACHE II
was designed to provide a mor...
SAP Score
 Simplified Acute Physiologic Score - SAPS
was designed to provide a predicted
mortality, that does not reflect...
SOFA Score
 Sequential organ failure Assessment Score
- SOFA was designed to provide a
simple, daily score that indicates...
ROLE OF NIS
 Provide training to nursing staff and lab staff.
 To promote the staff for vital entry.
 To detect softwar...
BENIFITS
 Easy to use.
 Easy to assess severity of patient.
 Easy to assess ICU performance .
 It shows data in graphi...
CHALLENGES
 One of the biggest challenges faced in the
implementation of this software was to train
the nurses on how to ...
COMPLIANCE
 There is 100% compliance in neuro ICU.
Conclusion
 Automatic calculation of these scores
(apache, saps, sofa) can dramatically reduce
the workload on doctors an...
THANK
YOU
Computerised real time automatic SAPS APACHE and SOFA score calculation and display system
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Computerised real time automatic SAPS APACHE and SOFA score calculation and display system

  1. 1. ICU SCORING SYSTEM PRESENTED BY MR. NAVID IQBAL ,Dr Deepak Agarwal NURSE INFORMATICS SPECIALIST JPNATC, AIIMS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  ICU Scoring system started at April 2012.  It was developed by JPNATC itself.  It is calculates score the severity of disease and the prognosis of patients in ICU.  It is used by doctors & ICU Nurses.
  3. 3. HOW TO USE ICU SCORING SYSTEM
  4. 4. VITAL ENTRY SYSTEM
  5. 5. LAB MODULE
  6. 6. HOME PAGE
  7. 7. Types of ICU scoring  APACHE SCORE :-Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Evaluation  SOFA SCORE :-Sequential Organ failure Assessment Score.  SPA SCORE :-Simplified Acute Physiology Score • APACHE SCORE :-Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Evaluation • SOFA SCORE :-Sequential Organ failure Assessment Score. • SPA SCORE :-Simplified Acute Physiology Score
  8. 8. APACHE Score  Acute Physiologic and Chronic Health Evaluation (APACHE) II system- APACHE II was designed to provide a morbidity score for a patient.  It is useful to decide what kind of treatment or medicine is given.
  9. 9. SAP Score  Simplified Acute Physiologic Score - SAPS was designed to provide a predicted mortality, that does not reflect the expected mortality for a particular patient, but is good for benchmarking.  In a rather simple way, it makes it possible to provide a single number that describes the morbidity of a number of patients.
  10. 10. SOFA Score  Sequential organ failure Assessment Score - SOFA was designed to provide a simple, daily score that indicates how the status of patient evolves over time
  11. 11. ROLE OF NIS  Provide training to nursing staff and lab staff.  To promote the staff for vital entry.  To detect software problem and inform to software programmer .
  12. 12. BENIFITS  Easy to use.  Easy to assess severity of patient.  Easy to assess ICU performance .  It shows data in graphical format.  It is helpful for clinical decision, research, and comparing the quality of patient care across ICUs.
  13. 13. CHALLENGES  One of the biggest challenges faced in the implementation of this software was to train the nurses on how to use computers and also to make them familiar and confident in implementing the software.
  14. 14. COMPLIANCE  There is 100% compliance in neuro ICU.
  15. 15. Conclusion  Automatic calculation of these scores (apache, saps, sofa) can dramatically reduce the workload on doctors and nurses.  Nurses can the major helps by entering the most of the variables so that continues calculation is possible of the ICU patients.
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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