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Table 2 Characteristics of study population on ICU admission and outcomea

From: Impact of routine percutaneous coronary intervention after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation

Characteristics Overall population Group 1 (< 45 yr) Group 2 (45-54 yr) Group 3 (55 to 64 yr) Group 4 (65 to 74 yr) Group 5 (≥75 yr)
  (N = 111) (n = 22) (n = 27) (n = 22) (n = 23) (n = 17)
SAP, mmHg 124 [107 to 146] 117 [107 to 140] 124 [113 to 138] 137 [121 to 158] 124 [106 to 142] 120 [104 to 146]
Heart rate, beats/min 91 [77 to 107] 94 [80 to 112] 92 [83 to 108] 93 [80 to 110] 85 [74 to 93] 82 [61 to 101]
Glasgow Coma Scale score 3 [3 to 3] 3 [3 to 3] 3 [3 to 3] 3 [3 to 3] 3 [3 to 3] 3 [3 to 3]
Base deficit, mmol/L 6.4 [3 to 10.4] 5.8 [2.6 to 11.4] 6.9 [4.4 to 11.4] 5.5 [3 to 10.9] 6.9 [1.4 to 10.4] 6.6 [3.3 to 9.2]
PaO2/FiO2 ratio, mmHg 253 [174 to 337] 234 [192 to 319] 294 [190 to 348] 205 [141 to 283] 248 [153 to 327] 255 [208 to 325]
Catecholamine infusion 62 (56) 14 (64) 14 (52) 12 (55) 14 (61) 8 (47)
Creatinine, μmol/L 111 [86 to 131] 98 [83 to 124] 114 [83 to 144] 112 [87 to 122] 126 [101 to 160] 109 [95 to 124]
SAPS II* 60 [52 to 68] 53 [48 to 62] 56 [51 to 66] 57 [48 to 61] 62 [59 to 73] 72 [63 to 79]
Coronary angiography* 91 (82) 21 (95) 25 (93) 20 (91) 16 (70) 9 (53)
PCI in patients with coronary angiography 46 (51) 7 14 12 9 4
MTH 32°C to 34°C* 78 (70) 19 (86) 21 (78) 17 (77) 13 (57) 8 (47)
In-hospital survival** 60 (54) 14 (64) 14 (52) 14 (64) 14 (61) 4 (24)
  1. aSAP: systolic arterial pressure; PaO2/FiO2 ratio, ratio of partial pressure of arterial oxygen to the fraction of inspired oxygen; SAPS II: Simplified Acute Physiology Score II; PCI: percutaneous coronary intervention; MTH: mild therapeutic hypothermia. *P < 0.05 between-group comparisons. **P = 0.06 between-group comparisons. Numbers between brackets are percentages or 25th to 75th percentiles.