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SOFA score is valid for mortality predictor for critically-ill patient in high care and intensive care burn unit
|: Mortality outcome
Other: SOFA score
Variables of sequential organ failure assessment score, including: P:F ratio; MAP or vasoactive treatment; creatinine or 24-h diuresis; platelet count; serum bilirubin; GCS.
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- adult patients (age 18 and above) who admitted to burn unit during sampling period
- patients discharged or deceased less than 24 hours of admission
- patients referred to other hospital within 30 days admission
Indonesia, DKI Jakarta
Rumah Sakit Cipto Mangunkusumo
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