ABCD2 Score for Stroke Risk


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Formula:ABCD2 score = Age + Blood pressure + Clinical features + Duration of symptoms

Introduction to ABCD2 Score for Stroke Risk

The ABCD2 score is used to predict the risk of stroke in the short term for patients with transient ischemic attack (TIA). It is based on four clinical parameters: age, blood pressure, clinical features, and duration of symptoms. The parameters are each assigned a score based on specific criteria and the total score is used to determine the risk category for a potential stroke.

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Data validation

The age, blood pressure score, clinical features score, and duration of symptoms score should all be positive numbers.

Summary

This calculator uses the ABCD2 score to assess the risk of stroke for patients with transient ischemic attack (TIA) and provides a total score based on the provided clinical parameters. By interpreting the total score, healthcare professionals can determine the risk category for potential stroke occurrence.

Tags: Stroke Risk, TIA, Clinical Score