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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the study population

From: New diastolic cardiomyopathy in patients with severe accidental hypothermia after ECMO rewarming: a case-series observational study

Nr Sex/age (yrs) Type of accident Admission ECG Core esophageal temperature (°C) Hemodynamic status Pre-rewarming catecholamine support Duration of ECMO (h) ICU duration (days) Clinical status at discharge from ICU
1 M/29 Alpine Asystole 22.3 Cardiac arrest According to ERC 2010 resuscitation guidelines 32 8 Fully recovered
2 M/52 Urban VF 22.2 Cardiac arrest 22 11 Fully recovered
3 M/78 Urban VF 24 Cardiac arrest 27 17 Fully recovered
4 M/55 Urban Asystole 24.1 Cardiac arrest 23 15 Fully recovered
5 F/25 Alpine VF 16.9 Cardiac arrest 91 30 Fully recovered
6 M/60 Urban VF 24 Cardiac arrest 8 12 Fully recovered
7 M/48 Urban Sinus rhythm 60 bpm 24 Cardiogenic shock Norepinephrine continuous infusion 5 ug/kg/h 22 54 Fully recovered
8 M/60 Urban Sinus rhythm 60 bpm, atrio-ventricular block 1st degree 26.2 Cardiogenic shock Dopamine continuous infusion 0.6 mg/kg/h 24 3 Fully recovered
Norepinephrine continuous infusion 7.5 ug/kg/h
9 M/55 Urban Sinus rhythm 60 bpm 29 Cardiogenic shock Dobutamine continuous infusion 0.5 mg/kg/h 144 16 Fully recovered
Norepinephrine continuous infusion 5 ug/kg/h