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Research Article

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

Table 2

(a) Frequency of gasping in relation to the resuscitation protocol applied. (b) Frequency of gasping in relation to the 24-hour neurological outcome.

Reference groupComparison VF groupMann-Whitney U-test

(a) By treatment
 5 or 6 min VF—30 : 25-or 6-minute VF—CCC
3-or 4-minute VF—30 : 2
3-or 4-minute VF—CCC
 5 or 6 min VF—CCC3-or 4-minute VF—30 : 2
3-or 4-minute VF—CCC
 3 or 4 min VF—30 : 23-or 4-minute VF—CCC
(b) By outcome
 5 or 6 min VF—Disabled/dead3-or 4-minute VF—Disabled/dead
5-or 6-minute VF—Good
3-or 4-minute VF—Good
 3 or 4 min VF—Disabled/Dead5-or 6-minute VF—Good
3-or 4-minute VF—Good
 5 or 6 min VF—Good3-or 4-minute VF—Good

Posthoc analysis
N: number of animals per group; SD: standard deviation; p25–75: 25th–75th percentile.
Frequency number of spontaneous ventilations or gasps per minute. Mann-Whitney tests with exact significance levels and Bonferroni correction, .008.

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