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Scoring Systems and Their Possible Use in a Military ICU Setting
  1. Dr T Nutbeam, Trainee in Emergency Medicine1,
  2. M O’Meara, Anaesthetic Specialist Trainee2 and
  3. J Henning, Consultant in Intensive Care3
  1. 1City Hospital Birmingham timnutbeam{at}
  2. 2Nottingham
  3. 3Royal Army Medical Corps


Scoring systems for both trauma and intensive care patients have been widely used since the 1960’s. This article will introduce several scoring systems currently in use and discuss their potential use for military ICU patients.

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