|App Name||PG-HACKER MACCE score calculator v1.0.1|
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Prediction of Major Adverse Cardio-and-Cerebrovascular Events for Diabetic Patients after myocardial infarction.
■ The PG-HACKER score is based in a Fine & Gray model for competing risks.
■ A competing risk (CR) is an event whose occurrence either precludes the occurrence of another event under examination or fundamentally alters the probability of occurrence of this other event.
■ Kaplan-Meier methods are not suitable for modeling CRs, as they tend to overestimate incidence.
■ Fine & Gray models have use in predicting an individual’s incidence of an event (MACCE), taking into account the possibility that a competing event (all-cause mortality) occurs.
■ The point-based score transforms the time-to-event model into a simple set of operations, to facilitate its use in the clinical setting.
Score published in Diabetes & Vascular Disease Research journal, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1177/1479164119892137.
Study performed as part of the CIBERCV network (CB16/11/00226-CB16/11/00420).