Skip to main content

Table 3 Causes of death in hospitalization patients who underwent emergent endotracheal intubation

From: Emergency tracheal intubation during off-hours is not associated with increased mortality in hospitalized patients: a retrospective cohort study

  Daytime (N = 105) Off-hours (N = 268) X2 P
1-day after ETI 65 (61.9%) 164 (61.2%) 0.016 0.899
 Respiratory failure 15 (23.1%) 34 (20.7%) 0.152 0.696
 CA 26 (40.0%) 67 (40.9%) 0.014 0.906
 Heart failure 6 (9.2%) 20 (12.2%) 0.406 0.524
 AMI 3 (4.6%) 5 (3.0%) 0.034 0.855
 MODS 4 (6.2%) 13 (7.9%) 0.033 0.856
 Septic shock 4 (6.2%) 9 (5.5%) 0.015 0.904
 Brain failure 3 (4.6%) 11 (6.7%) 0.085 0.772
 PE 3 (4.6%) 1 (0.6%) 2.330 0.127
 DIC 1 (1.5%) 4 (2.4%) 0.007 0.935
7-day after ETI 20 (19.0%) 54 (20.1%) 0.058 0.810
 Respiratory failure 9 (45.0%) 26 (48.1%) 0.058 0.810
 CA 4 (20.0%) 3 (5.6%) 2.069 0.150
 Heart failure 2 (10.0%) 5 (9.3%) 0.123 0.726
 AMI 0 (0%) 2 (3.7%)   1.000
 MODS 2 (10.0%) 8 (14.8%) 0.024 0.877
 Septic shock 2 (10.0%) 6 (11.1%) 0.081 0.774
 Brain failure 1 (5.0%) 4 (7.4%) 0.024 0.877
30-day after ETI 20 (19.0%) 50 (18.7%) 0.008 0.931
 Respiratory failure 7 (35.0%) 14 (28.0%) 0.333 0.564
 CA 1 (5.0%) 4 (8.0%) 0.005 0.942
 Heart failure 4 (20.0%) 13 (26.0%) 0.049 0.826
 AMI 1 (5.0%) 2 (4.0%)   0.642
 MODS 5 (25.0%) 4 (8.0%) 2.324 0.127
 Septic shock 2 (10.0%) 7 (14.0%) 0.003 0.955
 Brain failure 0 (0%) 6 (12.0%) 1.317 0.251
  1. Data are presented as number (percentage) or ratio
  2. ETI Emergent endotracheal intubation, CA Cardiopulmonary arrest, AMI Acute myocardial infarction, MODS Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, PE Pulmonary embolism, DIC Diffuse intravascular coagulation. Chi-square test