PERC Rule and Calculating Risk

by Sharon Bord, MD

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    The lecture PERC Rule and Calculating Risk by Sharon Bord, MD is from the course Respiratory Emergencies.

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    1. PERC negative means having at least two of the evaluated parameters in the PERC rule
    2. The following are evaluated using PERC rule: age, heart rate, oxygen saturation, estrogen use, history of DVT, recent trauma/surgery, hemoptysis, or unilateral leg swelling
    3. If the risk of embolus is < 2 %, no further work up is indicated
    4. It should be used only in patients who are low risk by Well’s criteria
    1. Hemoptysis is equal to 2 points
    2. A score of 2 is considered low risk
    3. A score of 4 is considered moderate risk
    4. A score of greater than 4.5 is considered high risk
    5. Clinical signs and symptoms of DVT is equal to 3 points

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     Sharon Bord, MD

    Sharon Bord, MD

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