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Table 1 Characteristics of the 21 pediatric patients who underwent ECPR over the 9-year study period

From: Current experience and limitations of extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation for cardiac arrest in children: a single-center retrospective study

Patient number Gender Disease Age at admission Body weight (kg) The day of ECMO Weaning Outcome (PCPC) Onset site PDR
1 F CDH 0 month 3 5 D In-hospital 9.8
2 M Myocarditis 8 years 7 months 20 6 PCPC2 In-hospital 2.5
3 F Myocarditis 3 years 11 months 14 5 D Out-of-hospital 39.6
4 F Myocarditis 7 years 6 months 27 3 D Out-of-hospital 73.5
5 F Myocarditis 1 year 7 months 10 5 D In-hospital 85.0
6 M Post-ope 1 month 5 5 PCPC3 In-hospital 1.7
7 F Post-ope 0 month 3 2 D In-hospital 3.5
8 F Post-ope 0 month 3 4 D In-hospital 5.9
9 M Myocarditis 5 months 8 6 D In-hospital 59.2
10 M Post-ope 1 month 3 2 D In-hospital 3.5
11 F AHF 5 months 7 19 D In-hospital 33.4
12 M Post-ope 1 month 4 17 D In-hospital 6.2
13 M Post-ope 0 month 3 8 D In-hospital 9.5
14 M Post-ope 0 month 2 22 D In-hospital 14.6
15 M Post-ope 0 month 4 4 PCPC1 In-hospital 3.3
16 M Unknown 13 years 7 months 50 6 D Out-of-hospital 85.8
17 F Post-ope 3 days 2 13 D In-hospital 83.7
18 M Post-ope 3 days 2 12 D In-hospital 68.8
19 M Post-ope 17 days 3 34 D In-hospital 1.9
20 M Myocarditis 6 years 2 months 18 8 PCPC6 Out-of-hospital 84.5
21 M Unknown 2 months 6 10 D In-hospital 19.8
  1. Abbreviations: CDH congenital diaphragmatic hernia, Post-ope post-operative of cardiovascular surgery, AHF acute heart failure, PCPC Pediatric Cerebral Performance Category, PDR predictive death rate estimated by PIM2. success, − unsuccess, D Death.