Cohort study of the APACHE II score and mortality for different types of intensive care unit patients

Veli Sungono, Hori Hariyanto, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Asri C. Adisasmita, Syahrizal Syarif, Antonia Anna Lukito, Allen Widysanto, Vivien Puspitasari, Oloan Eduard Tampubolon, Bambang Sutrisna, Mondastri Korib Sudaryo

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Abstract

Objectives: Find the discriminant and calibration of APACHE II (Acute Physiology And Chronic Health Evaluation) score to predict mortality for different type of intensive care unit (ICU) patients. Methods: This is a cohort retrospective study using secondary data of ICU patients admitted to Siloam Hospital of Lippo Village from 2014 to 2018 with minimum age ≥17 years. The analysis uses the receiver operating characteristic curve, student t-test and logistic regression to find significant variables needed to predict mortality. Results: A total of 2181 ICU patients: men (55.52%) and women (44.48%) with an average age of 53.8 years old and length of stay 3.92 days were included in this study. Patients were admitted from medical emergency (30.5%), neurosurgical (52.1%) and surgical (17.4%) departments, with 10% of mortality proportion. Patients admitted from the medical emergency had the highest average APACHE score, 23.14±8.5, compared with patients admitted from neurosurgery 15.3±6.6 and surgical 15.8±6.8. The mortality rate of patients from medical emergency (24.5%) was higher than patients from neurosurgery (3.5%) or surgical (5.3%) departments. Area under curve of APACHE II score showed 0.8536 (95% CI 0.827 to 0.879). The goodness of fit Hosmer-Lemeshow show p=0.000 with all ICU patients' mortality; p=0.641 with medical emergency, p=0.0001 with neurosurgical and p=0.000 with surgical patients. Conclusion: APACHE II has a good discriminant for predicting mortality among ICU patients in Siloam Hospital but poor calibration score. However, it demonstrates poor calibration in neurosurgical and surgical patients while demonstrating adequate calibration in medical emergency patients.

Original languageEnglish
Article number140376
Pages (from-to)914-918
Number of pages5
JournalPostgraduate Medical Journal
Volume98
Issue number1166
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • adult intensive & critical care
  • epidemiology
  • intensive & critical care

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