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When a patient presents with threefold elevated serum levels of amylase or lipase, abdominal pain, and vomiting, it can be difficult to determine acute pancreatitis. We wanted to determine the severity of acute pancreatitis by using BISAP and APACHE-II scoring methods and compare BISAP scores with APACHE-II scores in this review. The 91. 60 percent area under the curve was 0. 958 percent, 91. 60 percent, and two sorts of scoring standards; BISAP score points and Apache II score points compared to patients with MAP and SAP; in patients with MAP and SAP; BISAP score points and Apache II score points were compared; BISAP score points and Apache II score points were 84. 72 percent, 93. 54 percent, 91. 60 %, 84. 68 percent, 91. CONCLUSIONS The ability of APACHE II score prediction of organ damage and mortality in AP is greater than BISAP's score, but APACHE II scoring system indicators were cumbersome and complicated.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.18410/jebmh/2021/594
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