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Table 1 Components of the AIMS65, pRS, T-score, MAP, GBS, ABC

From: Comparisons of six endoscopy independent scoring systems for the prediction of clinical outcomes for elderly and younger patients with upper gastrointestinal bleeding

AIMS65 Score GBS Score
Albumin < 3.0 mg/dl 1 Blood urea, mmol/L  
INR > 1.5 1 6.5–8 2
GCS < 14 1 8–10 3
SBP < 90 mmHg 1 10–25 4
Age > 65 yrs 1  > 25 6
Maximum score 5 Hemoglobin, g/dl, men  
pRS   men women  
Age   12- < 13   1 0
 < 60 yrs 0 10- < 12 10- < 12 3 1
 60–79 yrs 1  < 10  < 10 6 6
 > 80 yrs 2 SBP, mmHg  
Shock   100–109 1
 No shock 0 90–99 2
 Pluse > 100, SBP > 100 mmHg 1  < 90 3
 SBP < 100 mmHg 2 Pluse (> = 100/bpm) 1
Comorbidity   Melena 1
 No major 0 syncope 2
 CHF, IHD, or major comorbidity 2 Liver disease 2
 Renal failure, liver failure, metastatic cance 3 Heart failure 2
Maximum score 7 Maximum score 23
T-score   ABC  
General conditions   Age  
 Poor 1 60-74yrs 1
 Intermediate 2  ≥ 75yrs 2
 Good 3 Blood tests  
Pulse (beats /min)   Urea > 10 mmol/L 1
 > 110 1 Albumin < 30 g/L 2
 90–110 2 Creatinine  
 < 90 3 100-150 μmol/L 1
SBP, mmHg    > 150 μmol/L 2
 < 90 1 Comorbidity  
 90–110 2 Altered mental status 2
 > 110 3 Liver cirrhosis 2
Hemoglobin, g/dl   Disseminated malignancy 4
 < 9 1 ASA score  
 9–10 2 3 1
 > 10 3  ≥ 4 3
Maximum score 12 Maximum score 18
MAP    
 M: altered mental status (Glasgow < 15) 1 A: albumin < 2.5 g/dL 2
 A: ASAscore > 2 1 S: SBP < 90 mmHg 2
 P (pulse): HR > 100 1 H: hemoglobin < 10 g/L 2
   Maximum score 9
  1. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, SBP Systolic blood pressure, CHF Congestive heart failure, IHD Ischemic heart disease, ASA: American Society of Anesthesiologists