The performance of he Dutch Safety Management System frailty tool to predict the risk of readmission or mortality in older hospitalised cardiac patients

  • P. Jepma (Owner)
  • L. Verweij (Contributor)
  • A. Tijssen (Contributor)
  • M.W. Heymans (Contributor)
  • R.J.G. Peters (Contributor)
  • Wilma Scholte op Reimer (Contributor)
  • Bianca Buurman (Contributor)
  • Corine Latour (Contributor)
  • Isabelle Flierman (Contributor)
  • Gerben ter Riet (Contributor)



The aim of this study was to estimate the performance of the Dutch Safety Management System (DSMS-tool) alone and combined with other predictors in
predicting hospital readmission or mortality within six months in acutely
hospitalised older cardiac patients. An individual patient data meta-analysis was
performed on 529 acutely hospitalised cardiac patients ≥ 70 years from four
prospective cohorts (Hospital-ADL study, Suprise question cohort, the Transitional Care Bridge and the Cardiac Care bridge study. The included data contains the dataset with merged data of the four seperate studies and the syntaxes to merge these data.
Date made available30 Aug 2021
PublisherHogeschool van Amsterdam

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