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Table 2 Blood gas analysis at hospital admission

From: Success rates of pre-hospital difficult airway management: a quality control study evaluating an in-hospital training program

# pat Airway paO2 paCO2 pH BE BMI Outcome
6 LT 117 65 6.92 − 22.6 34.6 D
8 LM 94 66.5 6.9 − 15.7 32.8 D
9 LT 162 81.4 7.09 − 8.8 29.38 D
10 LT 172 64.6 7.18 − 6 24.91 S
11 LT 81 46 7.33 − 1.9 19.57 S
12 LM 261 59 7.24 − 1.3 25.71 D
13 LT 101 55.5 7.21 − 6.3 29.38 S
14 LT 126 36 7.33 − 6 24.48 S
16 LT 405 49 7.31 − 1.8 21.6 S
20 LT 221 43 7.26 − 7.5 29.38 D
21 LT 60 112 7.05 − 0.5 31.56 S
22 LT 67 49 7.19 − 8.7 n.a. S
23 BMV 188 46 7.3 − 3.1 19.59 S
24 BMV 34 104 n.a. n.a. 27.75 S
27 LT 25 116 6.81 − 15.3 n.a. S
31 LM 237 35 7.19 − 14.7 22.22 D
33 BMV n.a. n.a. 7.05 − 4.7 n.a. D
34 BMV 112 74 6.9 − 17 27.76 D
36 LM 146 42 7.37 − 1 29.74 D
40 LT 371 78 7.08 − 6.9 30.25 S
  MV 156.84 64.32 7.15 − 8.06 27.10  
  SD 104.74 24.67 0.17 6.49 4.49  
  1. pat patient, p a O 2 /p a CO 2 arterial partial pressure of oxygen/carbon dioxide, pH potentia hydrogenii, BE base excess, BMI body mass index, S survived, D deceased, MV mean value, SD standard deviation