Prognostic models

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Morris Ogero, Rachel Sarguta, Malla L, Aluvaala J, Agweyu A, Akech S. "Methodological rigor of prognostic models for predicting in-hospital paediatric mortality in low-and middle-income countries: a systematic review protocol." Wellcome Open Research. 2020;5:106. AbstractWebsite

Introduction: In low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) where healthcare resources are often limited, making decisions on appropriate treatment choices is critical in ensuring reduction of paediatric deaths as well as instilling proper utilisation of the already constrained healthcare resources. Well-developed and validated prognostic models can aid in early recognition of potential risks thus contributing to the reduction of mortality rates. The aim of the planned systematic review is to identify and appraise the methodological rigor of multivariable prognostic models predicting in-hospital paediatric mortality in LMIC in order to identify statistical and methodological shortcomings deserving special attention and to identify models for external validation.
Methods and analysis: This protocol has followed the guidelines of the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses for Protocols. A search of …

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