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Table 1 Patient’s characteristics

From: SSEP N20 and P25 amplitudes predict poor and good neurologic outcomes after cardiac arrest

  CPC 3–4–5
n = 64
CPC 1–2
n = 18
p
Male gender, n (%) 41 (64%) 10 (55,6%) 0.59
Age, years, median (IQR) 66.5 (51–76) 62 (54–71) 0.73
CA in a public area, n (%) 21 (33%) 8 (44%) 0.52
Bistander CPR, n (%) 49 (76%) 17 (94%) 0.17
Initial shockable rythm, n (%) 16 (25.4%) 12 (66.7%) 0.0019
No flow, min, median (IQR) 2 (0–5) 0 (0–3) 0.058
Low flow, min, median (IQR) 21,5 (15–26.5) 16 (8–21) 0.01
TTM, n (%) 48 (76%) 17 (94.4%) 0.10
Sedation with Propofol/remifentanil, n (%) 64 (100%) 18 (100%) 1
ICU length of stay, days, median (IQR) 7 (5–11.5) 13 (7–23) 0.02