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Research Article

Gasping in Response to Basic Resuscitation Efforts: Observation in a Swine Model of Cardiac Arrest

Figure 3

This figure presents the number of gasps per minute plotted against the duration of basic resuscitation efforts. (a) Long Untreated VF plots the number of gasps per minute (mean standard error) for each minute of basic resuscitation efforts irrespective of the applied resuscitation type in those with 5 to 6 minutes of untreated VF prior to the onset of basic resuscitation techniques. (b) Short Untreated VF plots the number of gasps per minute (mean standard error) for each minute of basic resuscitation efforts irrespective of the applied resuscitation type in those with 3 to 4 minutes of untreated VF prior to the onset of basic resuscitation techniques. Circles indicate those with good 24-hour neurological outcome, and the squares indicate those disabled (death or poor neurological outcomes). Standard error is indicated by the vertical lines.
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