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bd40bc7c7a "The ability of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) to discriminate patients at risk of early cardiac arrest, unanticipated intensive care unit admission, and death". Key recommendations The report, prepared by a working party convened by the Royal College of Physicians Acute Medicine Task Force, recommends that: NEWS should be used when patients present acutely to hospital and also in the prehospital assessment ie by primary care and the ambulance services. In the UK, the Royal College of Physicians has introduced a national early warning score (NEWS) to replace local or regional scores. The NEWS score is the largest national EWS effort to date, but still remains problematic in the UK due to its lack of universal implementation ability (it has exclusion criteria) and it has yet to have its retrospective validation study published.. Some suggestions: Go back to the last page Go to the home page .. 210508 . This article needs additional citations for verification. Quarterly Journal of Medicine. Glasgow Coma Scale Triage . This not only provides visual cues to deterioration but also makes it easier to assign a score once the colours are learned. ^ National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.
See also. National Early Warning Score (NEWS): standardising the assessment of acute-illness severity in the NHS. A score is allocated to each as they are measured, the magnitude of the score reflecting how extreme the parameter varies from the norm. Score 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 Respiratory rate < 9 9-14 15-20 21-29 30 Pulse 40 41-50 51-100 101-110 111-129 130 Systolic blood pressure 70 71-80 81-100 101-199 200 Temperature (C) 35 35.1-36 36.1-38 38.1-38.5 38.6 AVPU New-onset confusion Alert Reacts to voice Reacts to pain Unresponsive . .. ^ "A review of rapid response team activation parameters in New Zealand hospitals". London: Royal College of Physicians. Contact For any NEWSqueries, please email Tracy Scollin at tracy.scollinrcplondon.ac.uk.