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PCI models Early models examining risk associated with percutaneous coronary interventions were well validated for the predication of in-hospital mortality ( Moscucci et al, 2001; Qureshi et al, 2003; Resnic et al, 2001; Shaw et al, 2002; Singh et al, 2002; Wu et al, 2006). However, these models had the potential to miss adverse events due to the nature of contemporary PCI where many patients are discharged within 24 hours of admission. As patients may be suitable for revascularization by either CABG or PCI it was important to develop a tool to facilitate an appropriate comparison of outcomes between these strategies.