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Table 2 Comparison of systolic and diastolic parameters between CCT-CPR and UCT-CPR

From: Presence of chest tubes does not affect the hemodynamic efficacy of standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Parameter (mmHg) CCT-CPR for 1st 3 min (n = 10) UCT-CPR for 1st 3 min (n = 10) p value CCT-CPR for 2nd 3 min (n = 10) UCT-CPR for 2nd 3 min (n = 10) p value
Systolic aortic pressure (mmHg) 117 ± 69 105 ± 53 0.572 124 ± 161 104 ± 52 0.895
Diastolic aortic pressure (mmHg) 9 ± 8 11 ± 7 0.106 9 ± 8 11 ± 8 0.020
Systolic LV pressure (mmHg) 183 ± 72 164 ± 69 0.558 168 ± 77 162 ± 71 0.324
Diastolic LV pressure (mmHg) 9 ± 6 10.5 ± 7 0.102 8 ± 7 9 ± 7 0.229
Systolic RV pressure (mmHg) 184 ± 89 157 ± 83 0.075 171 ± 90 158 ± 85 0.032
Diastolic RV pressure (mmHg) 12 ± 7 12 ± 6 0.813 12 ± 6 12 ± 8 0.808
Systolic RA pressure (mmHg) 174 ± 87 149 ± 79 0.086 162 ± 91 151 ± 83 0.097
Diastolic RA pressure (mmHg) 11 ± 6 12 ± 6 0.658 11 ± 6 12 ± 6 0.333
 dp/dt RV max. (mmHg/s) 747 ± 580 641 ± 500 0.544 698 ± 595 659 ± 545 0.162
 dp/dt RV min. (mmHg/s) − 657 ± 397 − 571 ± 354 0.781 − 603 ± 382 − 582 ± 370 0.313
 dp/dt LV max. (mmHg/s) 751 ± 532 641 ± 500 0.813 687 ± 558 674 ± 508 0.808
 dp/dt LV min. (mmHg/s) − 681 ± 321 − 571 ± 354 0.453 −611 ± 325 − 615 ± 316 0.965
  1. All variables are shown as mean ± standard deviation. Baseline indicates measurements before induction of cardiac arrest
  2. CCT-CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation with clamped chest tubes, UCT-CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation with unclamped chest tubes, RA right atrium, RV right ventricle, LV left ventricle, max. maximum, min. minimum