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Table 1 Inflammation-based prognostic scores

From: Neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio and platelet to lymphocyte ratio are superior to other inflammation-based prognostic scores in predicting the mortality of patients with gastrointestinal perforation

Scoring systems Score
Glasgow Prognostic Score  
 CRP (≤ 10 mg l−1) and albumin (≥ 35 g l−1) 0
 CRP (≤ 10 mg l−1) and albumin (< 35 g l−1) 1
 CRP (> 10 mg l−1) and albumin (≥ 35 g l−1) 1
 CRP (> 10 mg l−1) and albumin (< 35 g l−1) 2
Neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio  
 Neutrophil count: lymphocyte count  
Plt to lymphocyte ratio  
 Plt count: lymphocyte count  
Prognostic Index  
 CRP (≤ 10 mg l−1) and white blood cell count (≤ 11 × 109 l−1) 0
 CRP (≤ 10 mg l−1) and white blood cell count (> 11 × 109 l−1) 1
 CRP (> 10 mg l−1) and white blood cell count (≤ 11 × 109 l−1) 1
 CRP (>10 mg l−1) and white blood cell count (>11 × 109 l−1) 2
Prognostic Nutritional Index  
 Albumin (g l−1) + 5 × total lymphocyte count 109 l−1  
  1. CRP C-reactive protein, Plt platelet