Modified Blatchford score is used for the risk stratification of:
(c) Upper gastrointestinal bleeding
ANS- (c) Upper gastrointestinal bleeding
The advantage of the Blatchford score is that it may be used before endoscopy to predict the need for intervention to treat bleeding. Low scores (2 or less) are associated with a very low risk of adverse outcome.
Don’t need to remember the whole table. Remember only component which is used in this score.