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Table 2 AUROC values obtained using pSBP, pHR, and the combination of pSBP and pHR

From: Impact of Cushing’s sign in the prehospital setting on predicting the need for immediate neurosurgical intervention in trauma patients: a nationwide retrospective observational study

  AUROC (95% CI) P-value
pSBP overall 0.666 (0.652–0.681) <0.001
pHR ≤ 59 0.651 (0.602–0.700) <0.001
60 ≤ pHR ≤ 99 0.680 (0.662–0.699) <0.001
100 ≤ pHR ≤ 139 0.643 (0.611–0.675) <0.001
140 ≤ pHR 0.623 (0.532–0.715) 0.009
pHR overall 0.578 (0.563–0.594) <0.001
pSBP ≤ 99 0.542 (0.491–0.592) 0.088
100 ≤ pSBP ≤ 139 0.577 (0.549–0.605) <0.001
140 ≤ pSBP ≤ 179 0.573 (0.546–0.600) <0.001
180 ≤ pSBP 0.611 (0.574–0.648) <0.001
  1. AUROC area under the receiver operating characteristics curve, pSBP systolic blood pressure in the prehospital setting, pHR heart rate in the prehospital setting, CI confidence interval