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Rethinking Prognosis: Introducing the TRIPP Score for Ebstein Anomaly

Rethinking Prognosis: Introducing the TRIPP Score for Ebstein Anomaly

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Welcome to Prime Diagnostic Centre’s blog, where we delve into the latest advancements in medical diagnostics and share insights to empower healthcare professionals. Today, we’re excited to explore a groundbreaking video on the prognosis of Ebstein anomaly, comparing the traditional GOSE score with the innovative TRIPP score. Join us as we unravel the fallacies of the GOSE score and discover the application of the TRIPP score for more accurate prognostic assessment.

Understanding Prognostic Scoring in Ebstein Anomaly

Ebstein anomaly presents unique challenges in prognostic assessment due to its complex anatomical variations and clinical manifestations. In this enlightening video, Dr. U P Singh, hosted on the Echo Singh YouTube channel, sheds light on the limitations of the traditional GOSE score. Despite being widely used, the GOSE score often fails to provide accurate prognostic information, highlighting the need for a more reliable scoring system.

Introducing the TRIPP Score

Enter the TRIPP score – a novel prognostic scoring system designed to overcome the shortcomings of the GOSE score. Dr. U P Singh introduces viewers to the TRIPP score, emphasizing its anatomically-based approach and enhanced accuracy in predicting outcomes for patients with Ebstein anomaly. By incorporating key anatomical features and clinical parameters, the TRIPP score offers a more comprehensive and reliable tool for prognostic assessment.

Ready to revolutionize your approach to prognostic scoring in Ebstein anomaly? watch the full video on the Echo Singh channel. Gain insights from Dr. U P Singh on the fallacies of the GOSE score and the promising potential of the TRIPP score for more accurate prognostic evaluation.

At Prime Diagnostic Centre, we’re dedicated to staying at the forefront of medical advancements and providing cutting-edge insights to our valued healthcare community. Stay tuned for more informative content that empowers you to deliver the highest standard of care to your patients.


This information is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment. It is aimed at presenting a perspective only and is not a substitute for a prescription. Anyone experiencing a medical condition should consult their doctor.