Gastroenterology Research and Practice / 2018 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

A New Scoring System to Predict Poor Clinical Outcomes in Acute Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients with High-Risk Stigmata

Table 5

The combination of variables that yielded the highest AUC value with sensitivity and specificity.

Number of variableVariables for rebleedingAUCCut-offSensitivitySpecificity

1HB < 85 g/L0.67157.975.4
2Scr > 100 μmol/L0.74176.371.3
HB < 85 g/L221.194.2
3Scr > 100 μmol/L0.76110010.5
HB < 85 g/L271.177.8
Monotherapy318.495.3
4Scr > 100 μmol/L0.7811007.6
BUN > 9.5 mmol/L294.743.9
HB < 85 g/L352.688.3
Monotherapy415.895.3
5Scr > 100 μmol/L0.7911007.6
BUN > 9.5 mmol/L294.742.7
HB < 85 g/L357.986.0
Monotherapy423.795.3
SBP < 90 mmHg5

HB: hemoglobin; BUN: blood urea nitrogen; Scr: serum creatinine; SBP: systolic blood pressure; monotherapy was defined as mechanical or thermal hemostasis.