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Score Malnutrición Inflamación (MIS) como predictor de mortalidad en pacientes con enfermedad renal crónica terminal en cuatro centros de diálisis de lima en el 2016(Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), 2016-06-15)Introduction and objective. It has been confirmed that there is a relationship between malnutrition - inflammation and increased mortality among patients who were dialyzed. The score of malnutrition and inflammation (MIS) is a 10 components score, with an interval between 0 and 30 points, the highest score indicates worse prognosis. Our objective was to determine the Score of malnutrition inflammation (MIS) as predictor of mortality in patients with Terminal Chronic Renal Disease in four centers of dialysis in the city of Lima in the period January - February 2016. Material and methods. Transversal descriptive study. Evaluated 265 patients with Terminal chronic renal failure (IRCT) on hemodialysis who applied this instrument "Score malnutrition inflammation MIS". Version 14 program STATA was applied to the analysis of data. A descriptive statistics like frequency, central tendency measures and dispersion was conducted. Results Included 265 patients, mean age was 61±14.5 years. The highest percentage of patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis over 70 years of age. 56% were male. The causes of chronic kidney disease was hypertension (55.8%) and Diabetes Mellitus (30.9%). For the PCR 1.5% presents a high risk of mortality and 54% average risk of mortality. The average MIS in total population is 8.1 (50%), mild malnutrition and a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 24 as score MIS. The values of TIBC were 150-199 mg/dl values considered to be below the recommended values. The Pearson correlation between MIS and PCR was low positive Conclusion. According to MIS 1% of the population has serious risk of mortality and 31% are at moderate risk. The average of MIS in four clinics were similar to being 8.1 average MIS. was obtained a slight positive correlation between the PCR and values of MIS There was no relationship between the causes or Comorbidities of the ERC with the classification MIS.Acceso abierto