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Table 2 Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis with resuscitation in the ER as dependent variable (Nagelkerkeʼs R2 = 0.3) are shown with n = 29,690 including the 95 % CI

From: Outcome and predictors for successful resuscitation in the emergency room of adult patients in traumatic cardiorespiratory arrest

  Koef SE p value OR 95 % CI
Preclinical resuscitation 1.747 0.107 <0.001 5.74 4.65–7.07
Preclinical catecholamines 0.419 0.091 <0.001 1.52 1.27–1.82
Preclinical thorax drainage 0.43 0.102 <0.001 1.54 1.26–1.88
Coagulopathy 0.777 0.077 <0.001 2.18 1.87–2.53
Preclinical GCS ≤8 0.248 0.081 0.002 1.28 1.87–2.53
AIS thorax ≥3 0.23 0.08 0.004 1.26 1.08–1.47
AIS abdomen ≥3 0.205 0.078 0.009 1.23 1.05–1.43
AIS extremities ≥3 0.236 0.073 0.001 1.27 1.10–1.46
Preclinical shock (BP ≤90mmHG) 0.301 0.078 <0.001 1.35 1.16–1.57
Mild hypotension on admission (BP ≤90mmHG) 1.250 0.075 <0.001 3.49 3.02–4.04
Constant -5.587 0.100 <0.001 0.004  
  1. Statistical significant results are bold. All variables considered in the multivariate models are presented, and all were found to be significant
  2. ER emergency room, SE standard error, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, GCS Glasgow Coma Score, AIS Abbreviated Injury Severity Score, BP blood pressure, statistic significant results are bold (p≤0.005)