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Jonathan Elmer, Michael Scutella, Raghevesh Pullalarevu, Bo Wang, Nishit Vaghasia, Stephen Trzeciak, Bedda L Rosario-Rivera, Francis X Guyette, Jon C Rittenberger, Cameron Dezfulian
PURPOSE: Previous observational studies have inconsistently associated early hyperoxia with worse outcomes after cardiac arrest, and have methodological limitations. We tested this association using a high-resolution database controlling for multiple disease-specific markers of severity of illness and care processes. METHODS: This was a retrospective analysis of a single-center, prospective registry of consecutive cardiac arrest patients. We included patients who survived and were mechanically ventilated ≥24 h after arrest...
January 2015: Intensive Care Medicine
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