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Table 2 Data of n = 29 patients included by EMS divided into NIRS during CPR without ROSC (n = 18), ROSC (n = 5) and NIRS started after ROSC (n = 6)

From: Good neurological outcome despite very low regional cerebral oxygen saturation during resuscitation—a prospective preclinical trial in 29 patients

  rSO2 EMS data n = 29
  rSO2 (%) Outcome tROSC (min) First rhythm Age (years) Sex
rSO2 during CPR n = 23   Discharge 6 month     
Pre ROSC n = 5        
 1 46 % CPC 5   16 asystole 59 male
 2 22 % CPC 1 CPC 1 8 asystole 73 male
 3 15 % CPC 5   12 asystole 65 female
 4 16 % CPC 5   19 PEA 72 male
 5 22 % CPC 1 CPC 1 9 VF 58 male
No ROSC n = 18        
 1 15 % CPC 5    asystole 50 female
 2 15 % CPC 5    asystole 72 female
 3 15 % CPC 5    asystole 89 female
 4 15 % CPC 5    PEA 52 male
 5 15 % CPC 5    VF 58 male
 6 15 % CPC 5    VF 73 male
 7 15 % CPC 5    VF 55 male
 8 41 % CPC 5    PEA 64 male
 9 16 % CPC 5    asystole 46 male
 10 20 % CPC 5    PEA 63 female
 11 22 % CPC 5    asystole 65 male
 12 15 % CPC 5    VF 75 male
 13 35 % CPC 5    asystole 78 male
 14 15 % CPC 5    asystole 43 male
 15 42 % CPC 5    asystole 61 male
 16 15 % CPC 5    asystole 47 male
 17 15 % CPC 5    PEA 76 male
 18 15 % CPC 5    PEA 42 male
Post ROSC n = 6        
 1 63 % CPC 5   19 asystole 73 male
 2 71 % CPC 5   30 VF 61 male
 3 57 % CPC 5   60 PEA 68 male
 4 54 % CPC 5   5 PEA 84 male
 5 80 % CPC 1 CPC 1 9 VF 61 male
 6 85 % CPC 3 CPC 5 18 PEA 60 male
  1. Initial rSO2, outcome, time to ROSC, first rhythm, age and sex are given