In this edition of Resuscitation, Kimmoun and colleagues describe a secondary analysis of the FROG-ICU study, in which they compare one-year outcomes of a cohort of cardiac arrest intensive care unit (ICU) survivors and a cohort of non-cardiac arrest ICU survivors.
- Kimmoun A.
- Cariou A.
- Gayat E.
- et al.
One-year outcome of patients admitted after cardiac arrest compared to other causes of ICU admission. An ancillary analysis of the observational prospective and multicentric FROG-ICU study.
2Across 21 Europeans ICUs, 1561 (1447 non-cardiac arrest; 114 cardiac arrest) patients were enrolled. For the primary outcome, a propensity-matched analysis identified cardiac arrest patients, compared with non-cardiac arrest patients, had a higher rate of one-year survival. The authors are to be congratulated for building on this primary analysis by collecting and analysing health-related quality of life (HRQoL) outcomes from this patient cohort.
- Gayat E.
- Cariou A.
- Deye N.
- et al.
Determinants of long-term outcome in ICU survivors: results from the FROG-ICU study.
Critical Care. 2018; 22: 8
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