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Table 1 Biometric data

From: Prehospital point-of-care emergency ultrasound: a cohort study

  n (%) Age (years) BMI HR Initially / at handover BP Initially / at handover SpO2 Initially / at handover
Total pts. n = 546 57,8 (σ 25,6)     
n = 313 (57.3%) 55.0 (σ 24.6)     
(313vs.233: p = 0.001) (55.0 vs. 61.4: p = 0.004)
n = 233 (42.7%) 61.4 (σ 26.5)     
US pts. n = 99 (18.1%) 63.4 (σ 23.7)     
♂ US pts n = 59 (18.8%) 60.1 (σ 22.8)     
Tr 19 (61.3%)
nTr 40 (58.8%)
♀ US pts n = 40 (17.2%) 68.2 (σ 24.2)     
Tr 12 (38.7%)
nTr 28 (41.2%)
Trauma US n = 31 (31.3%) 40.7 24.6 95.0 / 85.6 140.8 / 138.8 97.7 / 98.1 (97.7 vs. 83.1 p < 0.001)
(40.7 vs.73.7: p < 0.001) (24.6 vs. 28.1: p = 0.008) (85.6 vs. 94.4: p = 0.046) (98.1 vs. 94.4: p = 0.013)
Non-trauma US n = 68 (68.7%) 73.7 28.1 87.8 / 94.4 142.2 / 133.5 83.1 / 94.9
  1.  male,  female, BMI body mass index, HR heart rate, BP blood pressure, US ultrasound, pts. patients, Tr Trauma, nTr non-trauma, σ standard deviation