ECMO Outcome Prediction Scores For Estimates of Likelihood of Survival

Data from the ELSO Registry has been utilized to create outcome prediction scores to allow estimation of likelihood of survival in patients selected for ECMO in different settings. The table below notes a series of scores for specific patient populations. The scores were developed with use of data from the ELSO Registry. The references and associated websites with access to the scores are listed. These calculators are recommended for use by clinicians and researchers but are not recommended to be used for determining individual patient management while on ECMO or patient selection for ECMO.

ELSO takes no responsibility for accuracy or application of calculations generated or for the use of these values.

SCORE POPULATION #VARIABLES MODEL ROC DEVELOPMENT DATASET YEAR EXTERNAL VALIDATION WEBSITE CITATION
PIPER Neonatal Respiratory Failure 8 0.74 (continuous); 0.73 (binned) 2000 - 2010 No PIPER Score Maul T et al; ASAIO Journal 2016; 62: 584 - 590 td
NEO-RESCUERS Neonatal Respiratory Failure 10 0.78 2008 - 2013 No http://www.neo-rescuers.com Barbaro R et al; J Pediatr. 2016 Jun;173:56-61
PED-RESCUERS Pediatric Respiratory Failure 13 0.69 2009 - 2014 No http://www.ped-rescuers.com Barbaro R et al; Intensive Care Med. 2016 May;42(5):879-88
P-PREP Pediatric Respiratory Failure 6 0.69 2001 - 2013 Yes http://www.picuscientist.org/pprep Bailly DK et al; Crit Care Med 2016; epublished
RESP Adult Respiratory Failure 12 0.74 2000 - 2012 Yes http://www.respscore.com Schmidt M et al; Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2013; 189: 1374 - 1382
SAVE Adult Cardiogenic Shock 11 0.68 2003 - 2013 Yes http://www.save-score.com Schmidt M et al; Eur Heart J. 2015 Sep 1;36(33):2246-56

 

RESP-score
The RESP score below (with attached button link) was developed as collaborative research by ELSO, The Australian & New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre and The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. This research was funded through the ELSO Research Program.
For adult patients on ECMO or respiratory failure
PIPER Score
The PIPER score below (with attached button link) was developed as collaborative research by ELSO, and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. This research was funded through the ELSO Research Program.