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Table 2 Diagnosis related usage of picture transmission

From: Prehospital digital photography and automated image transmission in an emergency medical service – an ancillary retrospective analysis of a prospective controlled trial

Diagnosis Number of missions with intention to use picture transmission (n = 113) [Mean number of transmitted pictures ± SD] Number of missions without picture transmission (n = 151) p-value
Acute coronary syndrome 24 [3.33 ± 3.38] 15 0.014
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation successful 2 [7.0 ± 9.90] 1 -d
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation not successful 0 [−] 1 -d
Other cardio-circulatory emergency 21 [2.48 ± 1.47] 23 0.51
Strokea/TIA 11 [3.82 ± 2.14] 6 0.076
Seizure and other neurological emergency 13 [1.85 ± 0.99] 15 0.69
Syncope/orthostatic dysregulation 11 [2.73 ± 2.05] 18 0.69
Minor and moderate trauma 8 [2.25 ± 1.83] 11 1.0
Major trauma 0 [−] 1 -d
Determination of deathb 1 [−] 8 0.083
Paediatric emergencyc 2 [2.50 ± 2.12] 5 0.70
Asthma/obstructive airway disease 2 [1.50 ± 0.71] 6 0.47
Psychiatric emergency 2 [3.00 ± 1.41] 3 1.0
Intoxication 1 [−] 4 0.40
Other emergency 15 [2.27 ± 1.62] 34 0.078
  1. SD, standard deviation; TIA, transient ischaemic attack.
  2. aintracranial haemorrhage included.
  3. bno resuscitation attempts.
  4. cdefined as age < 6 years.
  5. dstatistical comparison not meaningful due to small case numbers.