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There are more than 30 acute kidney injury definitions in the published literature, and there seems to be no consistent definition of renal dysfunction. 20 The Aristotle complexity score, designed to evaluate the quality of care in congenital heart procedures, was used to assess the complexity of each surgery. This complexity score is based on the type of surgical procedure as defined by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons and European Association for Cardiothoracic Surgery. The first step establishes the Basic Score, which assesses only the complexity of the procedures and is based on three factors: the potential for mortality, the potential for morbidity, and the anticipated technical difficulty.
Intramyocardial hematoma causing cardiac tamponade after repair of Ebstein malformation: erroneous echocardiographic diagnosis as intracavitary thrombus. J Am Soc Echocardiogr 1998;11:1087–9 2. Lyons JM, Duffy JY, Manning PB, Pearl JM. Compression of an extracardiac fontan following classic fontan revision. J Card Surg 2004;19:254 –7 Vol. 109, No. 1, July 2009 3. Gologorsky E, Gologorsky A, Galbut DL, Wolfenson A. Left atrial compression by a pericardial hematoma presenting as an obstructing intracavitary mass: a difficult differential diagnosis.
The second step creates a Comprehensive Score, which further adjusts the complexity © 2009 International Anesthesia Research Society 47 according to the specific patient characteristics and can add 10 more points to the score. The maximum complexity score is 25 points. 22 Statistical Analysis Differences in baseline and clinical characteristics between groups were evaluated using nonparametric analysis. Categorical data that include binary baseline characteristics were compared using 2 and the Fisher’s exact test.
Anesthesia & Analgesia Vol 109 Issue 01 2009 by International Anesthesia Research Society