The bleeding event risk estimate received should be used to inform the overall conversation about the risks/benefits of a CathPCI procedure. It should not be used to determine the need for or against this or any medical procedure.x

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*All parameters are required to derive the adjusted CathPCI bleeding event risk.

Patient Demographics


Patient Pre-Procedural Characteristics  Reset

Body Mass Index (BMI) kg/m2
Enter the BMI value manually
lbs kgs
g/dL g/L

Predicted Risk

Adjusted CathPCI Bleeding Event Risk

Patient's Risk
National Average
as of August, 2016
In the United States, the average bleeding event risk for all patients undergoing this procedure is 3.3%.
Taking into account the patient’s specific clinical condition, the statistical estimate that the patient may experience a bleeding event is 4%.
This means that for every 100 patients having a similar clinical makeup, there would be that experienced a bleeding event.

Bleeding Event is an absolute drop in hemoglobin ≥ , a RBC transfusion and/or a procedural intervention/surgery to reverse/stop bleeding that occurs within 72 hours of the PCI procedure.

The model provides an objective risk-adjusted estimate of bleeding which has real value for both patient and provider. It should be considered as one element in the evaluation process, to be considered along with the other traditional factors that determine whether the patient is an appropriate candidate for the procedure.

Based on following evaluation

Patient Demographics

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Patient Pre-Procedural Characteristics

Body Mass Index (BMI) # kg/m2
Feet  Inches
Weight lbs kgs
Baseline Hemoglobin g/dL g/L
Prior STEMI Yes No
Prior Cardiogenic Shock Yes No
Prior PCI Yes No
Dialysis Yes No
Glomerular Filtration Rate (estimated) N/A mL/min/1.73m2
Serum Creatinine (SCr) mg/dL µmol/L



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