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Table 4. Procedural Characteristics Assessed as Potential Predictors of Survival after Cardiac Arrest during Anesthesia

* Because of missing data, the numbers of patients within categories of a given characteristic may not sum to 223.

P  values from logistic regression assessing the univariate association of the given characteristic with immediate ≥ 1 h and hospital survival. For this analysis, duration of surgery was treated as a continuous variable, and all other characteristics were treated as classification variables using the categories indicated.

MAC = monitored anesthesia care; CVP = central venous pressure.

Table 4. Procedural Characteristics Assessed as Potential Predictors of Survival after Cardiac Arrest during Anesthesia
Table 4. Procedural Characteristics Assessed as Potential Predictors of Survival after Cardiac Arrest during Anesthesia
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