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Table 6 Peak s-Tau nested cohort analysis for the employed multivariable PaO2 models

From: Associations between partial pressure of oxygen and neurological outcome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients: an explorative analysis of a randomized trial

Multivariable model Estimate 95% CI p value
Hypoxemia vs no-hypoxemia* 0.74 0.42–1.30 0.296
Hypoxemia vs normoxemia* 0.69 0.39–1.22 0.198
Hyperoxemia vs no-hyperoxemia* 1.19 0.78–1.82 0.419
Hyperoxemia vs normoxemia* 1.09 0.71–1.69 0.687
Maximum PaO2 difference** 1.01 0.99–1.02 0.436
PaO2-TWM T-1 to T36** 1.04 0.98–1.10 0.231
PaO2-TWM T-1 to T12** 1.02 0.98–1.05 0.391
  1. PaO2 arterial partial pressure of oxygen, CI confidence interval, s-Tau serum Tau, TWM time-weighted mean, T measuring time point in hours after inclusion into the TTM trial, T-1 first blood gas analysis after admission but before inclusion. For analyses of categorical data*, the estimate indicates how many times higher the s-Tau is compared to reference group. For analyses of continuous data**, the estimate indicates how much higher s-Tau is per 1 kPa PaO2 increase