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Table 2 The relationship between life status and measurements

From: Neurological complications after pediatric cardiac surgery

Patient characteristics Life status P
   Dead Living  
Sex Female 29 (53.7%) 51 (47.2%) 0.437
Male 25 (46.3%) 57 (52.8%)
RACHS score 1 1 (1.9%) 8 (7.4%) 0.609
2 13 (24.1%) 30 (27.8%)
3 20 (37%) 37 (34.3%)
4 9 (16.7%) 16 (14.8%)
5 6 (11.1%) 12 (11.1%)
6 5 (9.3%) 5 (4.6%)
Lesion distribution Single 19 (35.2%) 50 (46.3%) 0.001**
Multiple 30 (55.6%) 28 (25.9%)
No radiological results 5 (9.3%) 30 (27.8%)
Lesion side Right 13 (24.1%) 25 (23.1%) 0.003**
Left 15 (27.8%) 36 (33.3%)
Bilateral 21 (38.9%) 17 (15.7%)
No radiological results 5 (9.3%) 30 (27.8%)
Postoperative symptom Hemiparesis 7 (13%) 30 (27.8%) 0.001**
Seizure 10 (18.5%) 59 (54.6%)
Confusion 2 (3.7%) 15 (13.9%)
Stupor 35 (64.8%) 4 (3.7%)
CPR use None 3 (5.8%) 94 (87.9%) 0.001**
Yes 49 (94.2%) 13 (12.1%)
ECMO use Yes 16 (29.6%) 5 (4.6%) 0.001**
None 38 (70.4%) 103 (95.4%)
Additional syndrome Down 1 (1.9%) 3 (2.8%) 0.593
None 53 (98.1%) 105 (97.2%)
Cerebral localization Brainstem 6 (60%) 4 (40%) 0.079
Frontal 17 (30.4%) 39 (69.6%)
Parietal 25 (43.1%) 33 (56.9%)
Temporal 21 (36.2%) 37 (63.8%)
Occipital 15 (53.6%) 13 (46.4%)
  1. χ2: **P < 0.01