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Table 2 Baseline data on our CDH-population

From: Congenital diaphragmatic hernia presenting with symptoms within the first day of life; outcomes from a non-ECMO centre in Denmark

Baseline data (N)All CDH casesSurvivors
(74)
Non-survivors
(21)
P-value
Sex (95), male53 (55.8%)40 (54.1%)13 (61.9%)NS
Gestational age (94)38.5 (36.6–40)38.6 (36.7–40)38.3 (36.1–39.8)NS
Birth weight, g (94)3105 (2700–3550)3150 (2700–3550)3000 (2200–3350)NS
Birth length, cm (94)50 (48–52)50 (49–52)48 (44–50)0.002
Prenatal diagnosis (94)49 (52.1%)33 (44.6%)16 (76.2%)0.017
In-born, OUH (94)50 (53.2%)34 (45.9%)16 (76.2%)0.012
Caesarean Section (94)32 (34%)25 (33.8%)7 (33.3%)NS
Associated malformations (94)6 (6.4%)4 (4.3%)2 (9.5%)NS
Hernia location (94)
 Left71 (74.7%)5813NS
 Right20 (21.1%)137 
 Bilateral1 (1.1%)10 
 Not available3 (3.2%)21 
 APGAR 1 min (91)7 (4–9)8 (6–9)4 (2–6)0.000
 APGAR 5 min (80)7 (6–9)8 (6–9)5.5 (4.5–7)0.002
 APGAR 10 min (39)8 (7–10)8 (7–10)7 (5–9)NS
  1. Comparisons between survivors and non-survivors. Data are presented as percentages or median values and interquartile ranges (25th–75th percentile). Groups of survivors and non-survivors were compared using the Wilcoxon rank-sum test for continuous data, and the Chi-square test for categorical data. NS: Non-significant