Incidence and survival rate of bystander-witnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with cardiac etiology in Osaka, Japan: a population-based study according to the Utstein style.

@article{Nishiuchi2003IncidenceAS,
  title={Incidence and survival rate of bystander-witnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with cardiac etiology in Osaka, Japan: a population-based study according to the Utstein style.},
  author={Tatsuya Nishiuchi and Atsushi Hiraide and Yasuyuki Hayashi and Toshifumi Uejima and Hiroshi Morita and Hidekazu Yukioka and Tatsuhiro Shigemoto and Hisashi Ikeuchi and Masanori Matsusaka and Taku Iwami and Hiroshi Shinya and Junichiro Yokota},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2003},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={329-35}
}
PURPOSE To clarify the incidence and survival rate of bystander-witnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) with cardiac etiology in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, with a population of nearly 9 million according to the Utstein style. SUBJECTS AND METHODS 5047 consecutive OHCA cases were treated by ambulance personnel during the 12-month period starting since 1 May 1998. 974 cases were considered to be bystander-witnessed OHCA with cardiac etiology and analyzed using the Utstein style… CONTINUE READING

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The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
The Ventricular fibrillation ( VF)/ventricular tachycardia ( VT ) group comprised 164 ( 16.8% ) cases and there were statistically differences between the two groups as below ( the VF / VT group vs. the non - VF / VT group ) : gender ( male : 76.8 vs. 60.7% ) , age ( 61.7+/-14.7 vs. 68.7+/-17.1 ) , history of ischemic heart disease ( IHD ) ( 30.5 vs. 15.3% ) , performance rate of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR ) ( 34.1 vs. 21.4% ) and time interval between receipt of an emergency call and arrival at the scene ( 5.5+/-2.9 vs. 6.0+/-2.9 min ) .
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