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TIMI Risk Score Predicts 30 Day Mortality After an MI

0 Points:0.8%
1 Point:1.6%
2 Points:2.2%
3 Points:4.4%
4 Points:7.3%
5 Points:12%
6 Points:16%
7 Points:23%
8 Points:27%
9-14 Points:36%


Entry criteria: Chest pain for more than 30 minutes, ST elevation, symptom onset less than 6 hours, fibrinolytic eligible


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  3. Predictive Value of Endocan Based on TIMI Risk Score on Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events After Acute Coronary Syndrome. Ziaee M, Mashayekhi S, Ghaffari S, Mahmoudi J, Sarbakhsh P, Garjani A.Angiology. 2018 Dec 4:3319718815241

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