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Table 1 Components of the AIMS65, full and pre-endoscopic Rockall, and Glasgow-Blatchford scoring system

From: AIMS65 scoring system is comparable to Glasgow-Blatchford score or Rockall score for prediction of clinical outcomes for non-variceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding

AIMS65 scoreScoreRockall scoreScore
 Albumin < 3.0 mg/dL1Age
 INR > 1.51< 60 yrs0
 Altered mental status, GCS < 14160–79 yrs1
 Systolic BP < 90 mmHg1≥ 80 yrs2
 Age > 65 yrs1Shock
Maximum score5No shock0
Pre-endoscopic Rockall Score Pulse > 100 bpm, Systolic BP > 100 mmHg1
 AgeSystolic BP < 100 mmHg2
  < 60 yrs0Comorbidity
  60–79 yrs1No major comorbidity0
  > 80 yrs2CHF, IHD, or major comorbidity2
 ShockRenal failure, liver failure, metastatic cancer3
  No shock0Diagnosis
  Pulse > 100, Systolic BP > 100 mmHg1Mallory-Weiss tear or no stigmata/lesion0
  Systolic BP < 100 mmHg2All other diagnoses1
 ComorbidityGI malignancy2
  No major0Evidence of bleeding
  CHF, IHD, or major comorbidity2No stigmata or dark spot on ulcer0
  Renal failure, liver failure, metastatic cancer3Blood in UGI tract, adherent clot, visible/spurting vessel2
Maximum score7Maximum score11
Glasgow-Blatchford score
Blood urea, mmol/LSystolic BP, mm Hg
 10–254< 903
 > 256Other risk factors
Hemoglobin, g/dL, MenPulse (≥100/bpm)1
 12- < 131Melena1
 10- < 123Syncope1
 < 106Liver disease2
Hemoglobin, g/dL, WomenHeart failure2
 10- < 121Maximum score23
 < 106
  1. INR International normalized ratio, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, BP Blood pressure, CHF Congestive heart failure, IHD Ischemic heart disease, bpm beat per minute, UGI Upper gastrointestinal