Early hyperoxemia is not associated with cardiac arrest outcome.

Affiliation

Department of Emergency Care and Services, University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital, Finland. Electronic address: [Email]

Abstract

Studies suggest that hyperoxemia increases short-term mortality after cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), but the effect of hyperoxemia on long-term outcomes is unclear. We determined the prevalence of early hyperoxemia after CPR and its association with long-term neurological outcome and mortality.

Keywords

Cardiac arrest,Cardiac arrest outcome,Hyperoxemia,Hyperoxia,In hospital cardiac arrest,Intensive care after cardiac arrest,Intensive care unit cardiac arrest,Neurological outcome,Out of hospital cardiac,Post cardiac arrest care,Post resuscitation care,arrest,

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