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Research Article

Factors Associated with High-Quality Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Performed by Bystander

Table 3

Association between the outcome and high-quality CPR according to the age of bystanders.

Total<40 years40–49 years50–59 years≥60 years

Survival at discharge2.84 (1.73–4.65)5.25 (1.89–14.56)1.22 (0.40–3.68)2.67 (1.19–5.98)4.42 (1.05–18.71)
Neurologically favorable discharge4.29 (2.34–7.88)4.26 (1.12–16.18)3.43 (1.02–11.60)5.55 (1.89–16.27)7.61 (1.41–41.04)

Adjusted for sex, occurrence at home, shockable rhythm, witnessed status, and targeted temperature management. CPR, cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

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