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The most frequently used measure for discrimination is the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUC of ROC), a summary measure where all possible score values are used for prediction of survival (or death). Each score value is used as a cut-off value for prediction of death, and sensitivity and specificity (or true and false positive rate) are determined and plotted in the diagram. 0, and the higher the value, the better the outcome. AUC of ROC values of different scoring systems derived from the same dataset are appropriate tools for comparing their discriminating power.
Deliver window report to alarm center (rough estimation of number of casualties, estimated need of transport and medical care on scene)a 2. Confirm MI. If MI is not already declared but apparent on arrival, inform alarm center, act according to MI until contact from RMCb 3. Park ambulance, take on tabards for MIC and (other crew member) TRO 4. Contact RIC (if arrived) direct or by Channel X Request information about: Estimated number of injured and dead Risk zones(hot, warm) and other risks at the scene The most urgent need of care Required and expected resources from rescue service Decide together with RIC location of casualty-clearing and ambulance-loading zones 5.
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