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Table 1 Glasgow-Blatchford score, pre-endoscopic rockall score, modified early warning score

From: Validity of modified early warning, Glasgow Blatchford, and pre-endoscopic Rockall scores in predicting prognosis of patients presenting to emergency department with upper gastrointestinal bleeding

Glasgow-Blatchford score
Admission risk marker Score component value
Blood urea nitrogen (mg/dL)
  ≥ 18.2 <22.4 mg/dL 2
  ≥ 22.4 <28 mg/dL 3
  ≥ 28 <70 mg/dL 4
  ≥ 70 mg/dL 6
Hemoglobin for men (g/dL)
  ≥ 12 <13 g/dL 1
  ≥ 10 <12 g/dL 3
  <10 g/dL 6
Hemoglobin for women (g/dL)
  ≥ 10 <12 g/dL 1
  <10 g/dL 6
Systolic blood pressure
  ≥ 100 <109 mm Hg 1
  ≥ 90 <99 mm H 2
  <90 mm Hg 3
Other markers
 Pulse ≥100/min 1
 Presentation with melena 1
 Presentation with syncope 2
 Hepatic disease 2
 Heart failure 2
Pre-endoscopic rockall score
 Admission risk factor Score component value
Age, y
  <60 0
 60–79 1
  ≥ 80 2
Shock
 No shock: SBP ≥100, pulse <100 0
 Tachycardia: SBP ≥100, pulse ≥100 1
 Hypotension: SBP <100 2
Comorbidity
 No major comorbidity 0
 Cardiac failure, ischemic heart disease, any major comorbidity 2
 Renal failure, liver failure, disseminated malignancy 3
  1. SBP systolic blood pressure