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Table 1 Summery of the Denver Score, SOFA Score and MOD Score

From: Which score should be used for posttraumatic multiple organ failure? - Comparison of the MODS, Denver- and SOFA- Scores

Dysfunction Grade 0 Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4
Denver Score
 Pulmonary, PaO2/FIO2, [mmHg] >208 208–165 165–83 <83  
 Hepatic, bilirubin, [μmol/L] <34 34–68 69–137 >137  
 Renal creatinine, [μmol/L] <159 160–210 211–420 >420  
 Cardiac inotropesa No inotropes Only 1 inotrope at a small dose Any inotrope at moderate dose or >1 agent at small dose Any inotrope at large dose or >2 agents at moderate dose  
SOFA score
 Pulmonary, PaO2/FIO2, [mmHg] >400 ≤400 ≤300 ≤200 ≤100
 Coagulation, platelet count, [×103/μL] >150 ≤150 ≤100 ≤50 ≤20
 Hepatic, bilirubin, [μmol/L] ≤20 20–32 33–101 102–204 >204
 Cardiovascular, inotropesb in μg/kg/min No hypotension Mean arterial pressure <70 mmHg Dopa ≤5 or any Dobu dose Dopa >5 or Epi ≤0.1 or Nor ≤ 0.1 Dopa >15 or Epi >0.1 or Nor >0.1
 Renal, creatinine, [μmol/L] <110 110–170 171–299 300–440 >440
 Central nervous system, GCS 15 13–14 10–12 6–9 <6
MODS
 Pulmonary, PaO2/FIO2, [mmHg] >300 226–300 151–225 76–150 ≤51
 Renal, creatinine, [μmol/L] ≤100 101–200 201–350 351–500 >500
 Hepatic, bilirubin, [μmol/L] ≤20 21–60 61–120 121–240 >240
 Cardiovascular, PARc ≤10.0 10.1–15.0 15.1–20.0 20.1–30.0 >30.0
 Coagulation, platelet count, ×103/μL >120 81–120 51–80 21–50 ≤20
 Central nervous system, GCS 15 13–14 10–12 6–9 <6
  1. aInotrope doses (in μg/kg/min): vasopressin: small <0.03, moderate 0.03–0.07, large >0.07; dopamine: small <6, moderate 6–10, large >10; dobutamine: small <6, moderate 6–10, large >10; epinephrine: small <0.06, moderate 0.06–0.15, large >0.15; norepinephrine: small <0.11, moderate 0.11–0.5, large >0.5
  2. b Dopa Dopamine, Dobu Dobutamine, Epi Epinephrine, Nor Norepinephrine
  3. cPAR = Heart Rate × Central Venous Pressure/Mean Arterial Blood Pressure