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This study intended to find out how association between response time interval (RTI)
and good neurological outcome is affected by bystander CPR. We hypothesized that bystander
CPR will ensure positive effect in relationship between RTI and clinical outcome.
A retrospective, observational study was made with Pan-Asian Resuscitation Outcome
Study data from January 2009 to December 2016. Six cities from four Asian countries
were selected. EMS-treated, non-traumatic witnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
(OHCA) cases were included. General demographic data, prehospital cardiac arrest details
and clinical outcome were collected and analyzed according to whether bystander CPR
was performed. Good neurological outcome and survival discharge were primary and secondary
A total of 13,245 OHCA cases were analyzed. Median EMS response time intervals were
6 min, regardless of bystander CPR. Dividing into RTI time range by 3 min, good neurological
outcome and survival discharge were only significant in 3 to 6 minutes group (adjusted
odds ratio [AOR] 1.42, 1.17–1.73 95% confidence interval [CI] and AOR 1.31, 1.15–1.51
95% CI) in non-bystander CPR group but in bystander CPR group significant RTI time
range was 3 to 9 min (AOR 2.02, 1.82, 1.62–2.52, 1.48–2.25 95% CI for primary, AOR
1.66, 1.43, 1.41–1.96, 1.22–1.67 95% CI for secondary).
As response time interval increased, slower deterioration of good neurological outcome
and survival discharge was shown in cardiac arrest patients with bystander CPR performed.
If bystander CPR is provided, RTI time range showing significant neurological outcome
and survival improvement seems to be relatively lengthened.
Impact of dispatcher-assisted bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation on neurological outcomes in children with out-of-hospital cardiac arrests: a prospective, nationwide, population-based cohort study.
Effects of dispatcher-assisted bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation on neurological recovery in paediatric patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest based on the pre-hospital emergency medical service response time interval.
Recruitments of trained citizen volunteering for conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation are necessary to improve the outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in remote time-distance area: a nationwide population-based study.