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Table 3 Univariate and multivariate analyses for outcomes according to incremental cut-off values of DBP

From: Post-resuscitation diastolic blood pressure is a prognostic factor for outcomes of cardiac arrest patients: a multicenter retrospective registry-based analysis

  Survival CPC 1–2
ROSC DBP (mmHg) Unadjusted OR
(95% CI)
Adjusted OR
(95% CI)
Unadjusted
(95% CI)
Adjusted OR
(95% CI)
DBP > 60 2.48 (1.60–3.83)* 1.96 (1.22–3.15)* 2.90 (1.57–5.33)* 2.15 (1.05–4.41)*
DBP > 70 2.20 (1.50–3.26)* 2.16 (1.41–3.31)* 2.36 (1.44–3.88)* 2.42 (1.32–4.46)*
DBP > 80 1.64 (1.12–2.40)* 1.46 (0.95–2.23) 2.26 (1.14–3.61)* 2.04 (1.14–3.66)*
DBP > 90 1.49 (0.98–2.26) 1.32 (0.83–2.10) 2.03 (1.25–3.30)* 1.84 (0.99–3.39)
  1. CPC cerebral performance category, ROSC return of spontaneous circulation, DBP diastolic blood pressure
  2. *Indicates p-value < 0.05