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This study developed the first prediction model for risk of critical ITP bleeds for ITP inpatients using a novel machine learning algorithm. This model has been implemented as a web-based model so that clinicians can obtain the estimated probability of critical ITP bleeds for ITP inpatients. The objective of this study is to prospectively and externally validate the risk of critical ITP bleeds in newly admitted ITP patients.


Clinical Trial Description

Primary immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) is a common acquired autoimmune disease characterized by reduced platelet production and increased platelet destruction due to autoimmune disorders, as patients present with low platelet counts and a high risk of bleeding. Although most ITP patients present a good prognosis, the rare but important critical ITP bleeds events are the threatening-life complication to ITP patients, severely affecting their prognosis, quality of life and treatment decisions. More recently, the development of clinical prediction models has provided powerful tools for precision diagnosis and early intervention of diseases, especially the application of machine learning methods. Machine learning approaches can overcome some of the limitations of current risk prediction analysis methods by applying computer algorithms to large data sets with numerous multidimensional variables, capturing the high-dimensional nonlinear relationships between clinical features to produce data, drive outcome prediction. It suggests an unmet need for personalized patient management strategies and an urgent need for effective tools to predict the risk of critical ITP bleeds in hospitalized patients in medical practice. Here, we aim to integrate clinical and laboratory data based on a nationwide multicenter study in China to build a clinical prediction model. In particular, we also perform external and prospective validation with large sample sizes to improve the robustness and utility of our models. It is a simple and convenient tool to quickly assess newly admitted ITP patients and achieve early identification and intervention for those at high risk of life-threatening bleeding events, thus reducing disability and mortality rates in the future. ;


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NCT number NCT05116423
Study type Observational
Source Peking University People's Hospital
Contact Xiao-Hui Zhang, MD
Phone +8615010638916
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date November 10, 2021
Completion date June 30, 2022

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