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CallITRC Proc 2001 9 29-34   
AuthorCoronel, Daisy R.   
TitleCorrelation of diaz stroke scale vs admitting impression among CT scan proven patients admitted in ITRMC : a two year retrospective study / Daisy R, Coronel, MD.   
SeriesIlocos Training and Regional Medical Center Proceedings 2001   
Subject1. CEREBROVASCULAR DISORDER 2. DIAZ STROKE SCALE   
Summary Diaz stroke scale devised in 1986 by A. diaz, is a scoring system used to diagnose cerebral hemorrhage. It has a sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 86%, and accuracy of 93%. This scoring system was applied to patients at Ilocos Training and Regional Medical Center to determine its accuracy in diagnosing hemorrhagic stroke as confirmed by CT scan. This same scoring system was also compared with the admitting diagnosis as to specificity, sensitivity and accuracy. Data gathered were subjected to statistical analysis using Chi Square Test and Cramer's V test. Results showed that the accuracy in diagnosis and Diaz stroke scale is comparable.   

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