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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-694533


Objective To explore the value of using sPESI score and hs-TnT in the evaluation of short-term prognosis in hemodynamically stable pulmonary embolism. Methods We collected 99 patients with hemodynamically stable PE from our department. According to the sPESI score and hs-TnT, patients were divided into high risk group (sPESI score≥1) and low risk group (sPESI score=0), positive group (hs-TnT≥0.014 ng/mL) and negative group (hs-TnT<0.014 ng/mL) . Then all patients were treated and followed up for 30 days. The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value of adverse events of prognosis were calculated, and ROC curve was drawn to analyze the values in different grouping methods for the prognostic evaluation.Results Thirteen adverse events occurred in all patients. The single test showed that sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, and negative predictive value of hs-TnT for predicting adverse events were respectively 84.6%,55.2%,22%,and 96%. When sPESI was used alone, sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value were 92.3%, 48.8%, 21.1% , and 97.7% . Results of combined testing showed 100% sensitivity, 29% specificity, 17.6% positive predictive value, and 100% negative predictive value. The ROC curve area of the sPESI, hs-TnT, sPESI and hs-TnT are 0.832 (95% CI, 0.705-0.958), 0.825 (95%CI, 0.694-0.957),0.872 (95%CI, 0.773-0.971) . Conclusions PESI and hs-TnT have clinical value in evaluating the short-term prognosis of hemodynamically stable pulmonary embolism. sPESI combined with hs-TnT has higher significance, especially in patients with low-risk PE.