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Table 3 Showed additional CPR outcomes between an online medical command versus on-scene medical command

From: The CPR outcomes of online medical video instruction versus on-scene medical instruction using simulated cardiac arrest stations

Factors Numbers of team p*
Online medical command n = 14 On-scene medical command n = 14
Amiodarone treatment 3 (21.43 %) 8 (57.14 %) <0.001
Treatment with definite airway 5 (35.71 %) 14 (100 %) 0.003
No interrupt chest compression 11 (78.57 %) 13 (92.86 %) 0.280
100–120/min chest compression 12 (85.71 %) 13 (92.86 %) 0.541
12/min assisted ventilation 12 (85.71 %) 13 (92.86 %) 0.999
Correctly detection of PEA 4 (28.57 %) 14 (100 %) <0.001
  1. Note. CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation, HR hazard ratio by the Cox regression analysis, PEA pulseless electrical activity *p value of Mc Nemar’s test