Ehrgashev O.N., Makhnovsky A.I. 

Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “The First St. Petersburg State Medical University named by Academician I.P.Pavlov” of the Health Ministry of Russia, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

It is noted that there have been developed a large number of scales to predict clinical outcomes in patients with polytrauma, but at the same time the possibility of their use for predicting the course of the acute period of traumatic disease has not been studied. The results of comparative analysis is presented: of the scales for assessing the severity of injuries TOLC-P and ISS; of the scales rating the severity of condition TOLC-SP, and RTS; and of integrated prognostic scales Tsibina and TRISS. The conclusion is made about the greater prognostic value of the scales of TOLC-P, RTS and TRISS.

Key words: acute period of traumatic disease, patients with polytrauma, prediction, predictive scales

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