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Table 1 Clinical and preadmission characteristics of 47 patients

From: A model for predicting angiographically normal coronary arteries in survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

Characteristics   Value
Age (mean ± SD)   55.4 ± 15.9
Male (n (%))   42 (89.4)
Height (mean ± SD)   167.6 ± 8.5
Weight (mean ± SD)   64.4 ± 11.3
Past history (n (%)) HT 17 (36.2)
HL 7 (14.9)
DM 6 (12.8)
ACS 6 (12.8)
PCI 5 (10.6)
CABG 3 (6.4)
Heart failure 6 (12.8)
Arrhythmia 13 (27.8)
Chest pain before arrest 5 (10.6)
Witness 37 (78.7)
Bystander initiated CPR 33 (70.2)
VT/VF on EMT arrival 44 (93.6)
Median interval of initiation of CPR (min (Q1–Q3)) 4 (1–7)
Median interval of ROSC (min (Q1–Q3)) 15(10–22)
  1. HT hypertension, HL hyperlipidemia, DM diabetes mellitus, ACS acute coronary syndrome, PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, CABG coronary artery bypass graft, CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation, VT/VF ventricular tachycardia/ventricular fibrillation, EMT emergency medical technician, ROSC return of spontaneous circulation
  2. Q1 25 % interquartile, Q3 75 % interquartile