CIN Calculator

NOTE: An updated version of this calculator can be found here: Current PCI risk calculator for death, transfusion, and CIN (partnership with SCAI)

Age of patient at the time of care.
Indicate the patient's height in centimeters.
Indicate the patient's weight in kilograms.
Indicate the patient’s coronary artery disease (CAD) presentation. Choose the worst status.
Indicate the reason the PCI is being performed.
Indicate the status of the PCI. The status is determined at the time the operator decides to perform a PCI.
Indicate if there is physician documentation or report that the patient has been in a state of heart failure within the past 2 weeks.

Pre-procedure labs

Code the best estimate of current left ventricular ejection fraction.
Indicate the pre-procedure CK-MB baseline that was drawn at your facility. Exclude point-of-care (bedside) testing. (ng/mL)
Indicate if the pre-procedure CK baseline was not drawn, or not drawn at your facility, or drawn at your facility using point-of-care (bedside) testing.
Indicate the patient's most recent creatinine level in mg/dL.
Indicate the most recent hemoglobin level in g/dL.
Indicate the pre-procedure Troponin I baseline, in ng/mL, if drawn at your facility. Exclude point-of-care (bedside) testing.
Indicate if the pre-procedure Troponin I baseline was not drawn, not drawn at your facility, or drawn at your facility using point-of-care (bedside) testing.
Indicate the pre-procedure Troponin T baseline, in ng/mL, if drawn at your facility. Exclude point-of-care (bedside) testing.
Indicate if the pre-procedure Troponin T baseline was not drawn, not drawn at your facility, or drawn at your facility using point-of-care (bedside) testing.
Indicate the most aggressive therapy the patient presented with.

* Gurm et. al. A novel tool for reliable and accurate prediction of renal complications in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2013 Jun 4:61(22)