TIMI Risk Index
The TIMI Risk Index is a simple calculation that provides important information about mortality in patients across the spectrum of myocardial infarction, STEMI and NSTEMI. 

The TIMI Risk Index is intended for patients with ACS or those who are highly suspected to have ACS.

The TIMI Risk Index is not intended for patients without ACS or those who are not suspected to have ACS.
Research authors: Stephen D. Wiviott, David A. Morrow, Paul D. Frederick, Elliot M. Antman, Eugene Braunwald
Version: 1.11
V-1.11-1044.24.05.31
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The TIMI risk index is: points

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