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Table 2 Sublingual microcirculatory parameters during baseline, cardiac arrest (CA) and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

From: Microcirculatory blood flow during cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation does not correlate with global hemodynamics: an experimental study

  Baseline CA CPR p value of Friedman test
Small vessels (≤20 µm)
 TVD (mm/mm2) 15.64 (13.59–18.48) 12.51 (10.57–13.98) 13.33 (12.11–15.11) 0.00005
 PVD (mm/mm2) 15.57 (13.56–17.80) 5.53 (4.17–6.60) 9.34 (7.34–11.52) <0.00001
 PPV (%) 99.64 (98.05–100.00) 38.97 (27.60–46.29) 72.34 (54.31–87.87) <0.00001
 MFI 3.00 (3.00–3.08) 1.29 (1.08–1.58) 2.04 (1.58–2.42) <0.00001
 HI 0.08 (0.00–0.23) 1.5 (0.71–2.00) 0.65 (0.41–1.07) <0.00001
Other vessels (>20 µm)
 TVD (mm/mm2) 0.41 (0.24–0.85) 0.21 (0.03–0.63) 0.47 (0.35–0.64) 0.14 (NS)
 PVD (mm/mm2) 0.41 (0.24–0.85) 0.13 (0.01–0.38) 0.43 (0.35–0.64) 0.0005
 PPV (%) 100.00 (100.00–100.00) 59.26 (50.00–100.00) 100.00 (95.04–100.00) 0.0005
 MFI 3.00 (3.00–3.08) 2.06 (1.64–2.67) 2.8 (2.75–3.00) <0.00001
 HI 0.00 (0.00–0.08) 0.05 (0.00–0.41) 0.12 (0.00–0.18) 0.27 (NS)
  1. Data are given as medians (the first and the third quartile)
  2. TVD total vessel density, PVD perfused vessel density, PPV proportion of perfused vessels, MFI microvascular flow index, HI heterogeneity index, NS non-significant