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Table 3 Oxygenation and ventilation profiles during ECMO

From: Clinical outcomes according to cannula configurations in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome under veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: a Korean multicenter study

 Total (n = 180)Jugular (n = 90)Femoral (n = 90)P
Baseline
 PaCO2 (mmHg)54.4 ± 18.851.3 ± 18.557.5 ± 18.70.031
 PaO2 (mmHg)68 ± 30.965.2 ± 23.170.8 ± 37.10.246
 MV (L/min)10.3 ± 4.49.3 ± 3.911.6 ± 4.60.001
 PIP (cmH2O)28.6 ± 7.028.3 ± 7.528.9 ± 6.40.615
Immediately after cannulation
 PaCO2 (mmHg)34.7 ± 10.531.9 ± 9.337.5 ± 10.9<0.001
 PaO2 (mmHg)170.4 ± 145.7158.9 ± 125.2182 ± 163.80.298
 MV (L/min)5.6 ± 44.5 ± 37.0 ± 4.6<0.001
 PIP (cmH2O)22.8 ± 5.822.3 ± 5.123.2 ± 6.40.289
4 h after cannulation
 PaCO2 (mmHg)33.4 ± 7.431.7 ± 6.835.2 ± 7.60.002
 PaO2 (mmHg)102.7 ± 55.9102.4 ± 61.3103.1 ± 50.20.930
 MV (L/min)4.2 ± 2.73.8 ± 2.34.7 ± 3.00.034
 PIP (cmH2O)21.2 ± 4.921.5 ± 4.820.9 ± 5.00.423
24 h after cannulation
 PaCO2 (mmHg)36.7 ± 8.035.1 ± 7.338.2 ± 8.30.010
 PaO2 (mmHg)103.5 ± 68.6103.1 ± 69.9104 ± 67.60.934
 MV (L/min)4.4 ± 2.74.1 ± 2.44.9 ± 3.00.079
 PIP (cmH2O)20.8 ± 4.921.3 ± 4.520.4 ± 5.20.223
  1. Values are expressed as mean ± standard deviation; significant P values are in italic
  2. ECMO extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, PaCO2 partial pressure of carbon dioxide, PaO2 partial pressure of oxygen, MV minute ventilation, PIP peak inspiratory pressure