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Table 7 Percentage of patients in which return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) was or was not achieved during resucitation stratified upon whether cardiac motion was visualized on point-of-care ultrasound. Cumulative statistics also included

From: Prognostic value of point-of-care ultrasound during cardiac arrest: a systematic review

StudyOutcomeN+ ROSC / + Cardiac Motion+ ROSC / - Cardiac MotionNo ROSC / - Cardiac MotionNo ROSC / + Cardiac Motion
Bolvardi et al. [4]ROSC/ROB/ROBP/ROP15983.7% (41/49)13.6% (15/110)86.4% (95/110)16.3% (8/49)
Gaspari et al. [5]ROSC79351.0% (134/263)14.3% (76/530)85.6% (454/530)49.0% (129/263)
Ozen et al. [7]ROSC12972.8% (56/77)5.8% (3/52)94.2% (49/52)27.2% (21/77)
Kim et al. [13]ROSC4887.5% (7/8)52.5% (21/40)47.8% (19/40)12/5% (1/8)
Chardoli et al. [9]ROSC5043% (17/39)0% (0/11)100% (11/11)57% (22/39)
Tomruk et al. [10]ROSC14970.4% (19/27)45.1% (55/122)54.9% (67/122)29.6% (8/27)
Salen at al [6].ROSC7072% (8/11)0% (0/59)100% (59/59)27% (3/11)
Schuster et al. [15]ROSC2825% (3/12)0% (0/16)100% (16/16)75% (9/12)
Hayhurst et al. [17]ROSC5055% (11/20)3% (1/30)97% (29/30)45% (9/20)
TOTAL 147658.5% (296/506)17.6% (171/970)82.4% (799/970)36.4% (210/576)