The association of partial pressures of oxygen and carbon dioxide with neurological outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: an explorative International Cardiac Arrest Registry 2.0 study.
Critical Care Medicine
Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med
Partial Pressure, Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest, Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen, Cardiac Surgical Procedures, Registries, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Hypercapnia
BACKGROUND: Exposure to extreme arterial partial pressures of oxygen (PaO
METHODS: Exploratory study of the International Cardiac Arrest Registry (INTCAR) 2.0 database, including 2162 OHCA patients with ROSC in 22 intensive care units in North America and Europe. We tested the hypothesis that exposure to extreme PaO
RESULTS: Of 2135 patients eligible for analysis, 700 were exposed to hyperoxemia or hypoxemia and 1128 to hypercapnemia or hypocapnemia. Our primary analyses did not reveal significant associations between exposure to extreme PaO
CONCLUSIONS: Exposure to extreme PaO
Ebner, Florian; Riker, Richard R; Haxhija, Zana; Seder, David B; May, Teresa L; Ullén, Susann; Stammet, Pascal; Hirsch, Karen; Forsberg, Sune; Dupont, Allison; Friberg, Hans; McPherson, John A; Søreide, Eldar; Dankiewicz, Josef; Cronberg, Tobias; and Nielsen, Niklas, "The association of partial pressures of oxygen and carbon dioxide with neurological outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: an explorative International Cardiac Arrest Registry 2.0 study." (2020). Maine Medical Center. 1863.