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Evidence based analysis of emergency temporary cardiac pacing (wire electrode electrical stimulation)

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Abstract: Cr (creatinine), bun (blood urea nitrogen), HbG (hemoglobin), VT (ventricular tachycardia), pacing frequency, puncture point, emergency to permanent pacing time, pacing current (MA), pacing threshold current (MA) and admission diagnostic data were collected. The data were analyzed by frequency statistics, curve regression analysis, PLS regression analysis, adjustment analysis, chi square test, ridge regression analysis, discriminant analysis, negative binomial regression analysis, Poisson regression analysis and stepwise regression analysis. The results show that: (1) Cr has a significant positive effect on HbG and BUN has a significant negative effect on HbG. (2) VT was negatively correlated with age and positively correlated with CK-MB and CK (creatinine)inase). (3) Myocarditis has a negative correlation with age and a significant positive correlation with CTnI (cardiac troponin I). (4) AST (aspartate transaminase) and ALT (alanine aminotransferase) have a significant positive impact on DDI (D-dimer), while CTnI has a significant negative impact on DDI. MYO (myoglobin) has no impact relationship to DDI. (5) ALT has a significant positive relationship with APTT (partial thromboplastin time). (6) Alb (albumin) and TBIL (total bilirubin) have a significant positive effect on PLT (platelet) count, while pro-BNP (B-type natriuretic peptide) and MYO have a significant negative effect on PLT. (7) CK has a significant positive effect on INR (international normalized ratio). (8) The relationship between sinus node dysfunction and VT significantly affect the pacing frequency (beats minute). For third-degree atrioventricular block, different samples of sinus node dysfunction showed significant differences. (9) There is a significant positive correlation between pacing current (mA) and pacing threshold current (mA). (10) There was a significant positive correlation between perceived voltage (mV) and the time from emergency to permanent pacing. Admission diagnosis has a significant positive impact on the time from emergency to permanent pacing. The change (increase) in time from emergency to permanent pacing was 1.137-fold when an additional condition was diagnosed on admission.

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