Pneumonia Severity Index (PORT Score)

Determine need for admission in pneumonia. Not yet validated in COVID-19.

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1.Age?
2.Gender?
3.Nursing home resident?
4.Neoplastic disease?
5.Chronic liver disease?
6.Congestive heart failure?
7.Cerebrovascular disease?
8.Chronic renal disease?
9.Altered mental status?
10.Respiratory Rate?
11.Systollic Blood Pressure?
12.Temperature?
13.Heart Rate?
14.pH?
15.Blood Urea Nitrogen?
16.Sodium Level?
17.Glucose Level?
18.Hematrocrit?
19.PaO₂?
20.Pleural Effusion?
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About this Calculator

The pneumonia severity index (PSI) is also known as the PORT score, PORT being a subset of the validation cohort. It was derived based on data from 14,199 adult patients and subsequently validated on over 40,000 patients in the United States and Canada. HIV-positive patients and those with a recent admission for pneumonia were excluded. A simpler score, known as the CURB-65 score, has also been prospectively validated. A comparison between these two scoring systems demonstrated a slightly better performance using the PSI compared to the CURB-65 score, however the clinical utility of this difference is likely small.

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