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Table 3 Odds ratio for a good recovery

From: At what level of unconsciousness is mild therapeutic hypothermia indicated for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: a retrospective, historical cohort study

Parameters Good recovery (CPC 1–2)
Univariate Multivariate 1 Multivariate 2
Odds ratio (95 % CI) Odds ratio (95 % CI) Odds ratio (95 % CI)
Age (1 year) 0.969 (0.953–0.985) 0.955 (0.931–0.980) 0.958 (0.935–0.979)
Male 1.275 (0.731–2.224) 0.806 (0.355–1.831)  
Bystander CPR 1.724 (1.082–2.748) 2.064 (1.022–4.169) 1.813 (0.957–3.433)
VF or pulseless VT 2.040 (1.264–3.289) 1.505 (0.632–3.581) 2.492 (1.247–4.980)
Cardiac cause 2.123 (1.203–3.745) 2.800 (0.995–7.882)  
Time interval between collapse and ROSC (1 min) 0.949 (0.931–0.967) 0.972 (0.944–1.000)  
Without prehospital ROSC 0.264 (0.132–0.529) 0.521 (0.135–2.020) 0.330 (0.125–0.867)
GCS Motor response score 5–6 33.691 (10.225–111.015) 123.272 (26.842–566.123) 159.835 (33.592–760.513)
pH (0.1) 1.564 (1.352–1.809) 1.397 (0.981–1.988)  
Base Excess (1 mmol/l) 1.107 (1.066–1.150) 1.017 (0.911–1.137)  
Lactate (1 mmol/l) 0.834 (0.778–0.895) 0.914 (0.797–1.047) 0.830 (0.752–0.916)
PCPS 0.211 (0.104–0.428) 0.541 (0.125–2.342)  
IABP 0.232 (0.116–0.461) 0.298 (0.079–1.129)  
MTH 1.033 (0.651–1.640) 2.980 (1.414–6.281) 2.901 (1.460–5.763)
  1. CPR cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, VF ventricular fibrillation, VT ventricular tachycardia, ROSC return of spontaneous circulation, GCS M5-6 patients classified with a GCS motor response score of 5 or higher, PCPS percutaneous cardio-pulmonary support, IABP intra-aortic balloon pumping, MTH mild therapeutic hypothermia