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Table 1 Patient demographics and the first measured vital parameters

From: An increased potential for organ donors may be found among patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Prehospital tentative diagnosis N Sex (F/M) Age p-value Systolic blood pressure p-value Glasgow Coma Score (Median, Quartiles) p-value Respiratory frequency (Median, Quartiles) p-value
Stroke 49 26/23 70 (61, 75.5) 0.02 (Median, Quartiles)  < 0.001 10 (3, 14.2) 0.008 20 (19, 22)  < 0.001
Cardiac Arrest 22 8/14 44.5 (32, 63) 175 (150, 195) 3 (3, 3) 0 (0,0)
Subarachnoideal haemorrhage 21 16/5 71 (62, 76.5) 0 (0, 0) 5 (3.5, 9) 19 (10, 22)
Head Trauma 14 8/6 49 (34.75,59.75) 157.5 (140, 210) 3 (3, 4) 18 (13, 21.5)
Miscellaneous diagnoses 15 6/9 45 (36, 55) 142.5 (125, 190) 3.5 (3, 12.5) 20 (19, 24)
No diagnosis assigned 14 9/5 64.5 (54.5, 77.75) 130 (85, 150) 7 (4, 13.25) 18 (12.25, 24.25)
Total population 135 73/62 63 (46, 73) 145 (128.75, 188.75) 4 (3, 12) 19 (11, 21.5)
  1. Miscellaneous diagnoses included: Convulsions, Intoxication, Multi trauma, Acute Coronary Syndrome, Alcohol Intoxication, Asphyxia, Chronic Fatigue, Unspecified Injury, Pneumonia, and Unspecified diagnosis. (Kruskal–Wallis one-way analysis of variance has been applied)