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Table 3 Composite measure score calculations based on patient scenarios

From: Development of a percutaneous coronary intervention patient level composite measure for a clinical quality registry

 Patient 1 had an uneventful post-PCI recovery period,
and scored a PROM of 2.
Patient 2 developed a new stent thrombosis on Day 17 post-PCI. Nevertheless, Patient 2 felt unwell in the 7 days leading up to the 30 day post PCI call and scored a low PROM of 7.Patient 4 had a new myocardial infarction on Day 17 post-PCI and died on day 20 post-PCI
Individual composite measure and (%) weightingStatusCalculationsStatusCalculationsStatusCalculations
New heart failure within 30 days post-PCI (7)No (1)7 × 1 = 7No (1)7 × 1 = 7No (1)7 × 1 = 7
New myocardial infarction within 30 days post-PCI (19)No (1)19 × 1 = 19Yes (0)19 × 1 = 19Yes (0)19 × 0 = 0
New stent thrombosis within 30 days post-PCI (23)No (1)23 × 1 = 23Yes (0)23 × 0 = 0No (1)23 × 1 = 23
Major bleeding event within 30 days post-PCI (12)No (1)12 × 1 = 12No (1)12 × 1 = 12No (1)12 × 1 = 12
New stroke within 30 days post-PCI (16)No (1)16 × 1 = 16No (1)16 × 1 = 16No (1)16 × 1 = 16
Unplanned cardiac rehospitalisation within 30 days post-PCI (13)No (1)13 × 1 = 13No (1)13 × 1 = 13No (1)13 × 1 = 13
Overall PROM score (10)210–2 = 8710–7 = 3Cannot be administered
Composite measure score (out of 100) 98 70 N/A