Revised Geneva score

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The revised Geneva score[1] works in Europe and has now had more relevant cross validation to modern practice than the Geneva score and has been shown to be equivalent to the Wells score[2].

  • Age older than 65 years (1 point)
  • Previous deep venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolism (3 points)
  • Surgery or fracture within 1 month (2 points)
  • Active malignant condition (2 points)
  • Unilateral lower limb pain (3 points)
  • Hemoptysis (2 points)
  • Heart rate
    • 75 to 94 beats/min (3 points) or
    • 95 beats/min or more (5 points)
  • Pain on lower-limb deep venous palpation and unilateral edema (4 points)

=>

  • Low-probability (0 to 3 points)
  • Intermediate-probability (4 to 10 points)
  • High-probability (> or =11 points)

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