Seattle Heart Failure Model

The global unit selector only affects unanswered questions
1.Age?
2.Ejection Fraction?
3.Systolic Blood Pressure?
4.Weight?
5.Gender?
6.NYHA Class?
7.Etiology?
8.Furosemide (mg):
9.Torsemide (mg):
10.Bumetidine (mg):
11.Metolazone (mg):
12.HCTZ (mg):
13.Allopurinol?
14.Statin?
15.ACE Inhibitor?
16.Beta-Blocker?
17.ARB?
18.K-Sparing Diuretic?
19.Devices?
20.Sodium:
21.Total Cholesterol:
22.Hemoglobin:
23.Lymphocytes?
24.Uric Acid:
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About this Calculator

Note: Lymphocytes (>47%), uric acid (<3.4 mg/dL), and SBP (>160 mmHg) are truncated for values outside the database and/or normal range (ie, sBP of 180 mmHg is assigned a value of 160).

The SHFM can also be used to predict improvement in survival with various therapies. Simply “add” the therapy in by selecting it on this screen and recalculate the anticipated survival.

Note: Diuretic equivalent doses furosemide 80 mg = torsemide 40 mg = bumetidine 3 mg = metolazone 2 mg = hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg.

References

Levy WC, Mozaffarian D, Linker DT, Sutradhar SC, Anker SD, Cropp AB, Anand I, Maggioni A, Burton P, Sullivan MD, Pitt B, Poole-Wilson PA, Mann DL, Packer M.

The Seattle Heart Failure Model: prediction of survival in heart failure.

Circulation 2006 March 21, 113 (11): 1424-33

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