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Table 1 Demographic data a

From: Seventy-two hours of mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest is associated with a lowered inflammatory response during rewarming in a prospective observational study

Demographics Data
Males, n (%) 9 (90%)
Age, yr 66.0 (62.3 to 72.8)
Body mass index, kg/m2 26.0 (25.0 to 26.0)
Time between collapse and ROSC, min 30.0 (25.0 to 33.8)
Time between collapse and start of cooling, min 120 (120 to 155)
Time between collapse and start of study, min 180 (150 to 200)
SAPS II 72.5 (68.5 to 77.8)
APACHE II score 30.0 (27.5 to 33.8)
pH upon ED arrival 7.15 (6.93 to 7.23)
BE upon ED arrival, mmol/L -13.4 (-17.1 to -8.1)
Lactate upon ED arrival, mmol/L 9.8 (5.6 to 13.0)
PaCO2 upon ED arrival, mmHg 40.5 (36.7 to 45.0)
Patients who died, n (%) 6 (60%)
  1. aAPACHE II: Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II; BE: Base Excess; ED: Emergency department; ROSC: Return of spontaneous circulation; SAPS II: Simplified Acute Physiology Score II. Data are expressed as median values (IQR).