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Table 1 Patients’ characteristics and reason for emergency department admission

From: Noninvasive continuous versus intermittent arterial pressure monitoring: evaluation of the vascular unloading technique (CNAP device) in the emergency department

Patients’ characteristics  
Sex (male), n (%) 69 (53)
Age, years 66 (51–74)
Height, cm 170 (164–176)
Body weight, kg 73 (65–85)
Reason for emergency department treatment N (%)
Syncope 17 (13)
Gastrointestinal bleeding 16 (12)
Pneumonia 10 (8)
Hypertensive urgency/emergency 9 (7)
Acute renal failure 8 (6)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease/Asthma 7 (5)
Acute coronary syndrome 6 (5)
Congestive heart failure 6 (5)
Infection 6 (5)
Systemic inflammatory response syndrome/Sepsis 6 (5)
Subdural hematoma 6 (5)
Pulmonary embolism 5 (4)
Severe pancreatitis 5 (4)
Others 23 (18)
  1. Data are presented as absolute and percentage frequencies or as median and interquartile range for continuous parameters. Percentages may not total 100 due to rounding.