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Table 2 Summary of vital signs recorded by the emergency services

From: Laboratory markers of cardiac and metabolic complications after generalized tonic-clonic seizures

Feature Systolic blood pressure Heart rate Oxymetric SpO2
Availabe n 192 (85.6%) 194 (87%) 188 (84.3%)
Class Hypotension <100 mmHg: 4 (2.1%) Bradycardia <60 bpm: 2 (1%) Normoxia 91–100% SpO2: 177 (94.1%)
Normotension 100–140 mmHg: 110 (57.3%) Normocardia 60–100 bpm: 108 (55.7%) Mild hypoxia 86–90% SpO2: 6 (3.2%)
Hypertension 140–180 mmHg: 59 (30.7%) Tachycardia >100 bpm: 80 (41.2%) Moderate hypoxia 71–85% SpO2: 3 (1.3%)
Hypert. Emergency >180 mmHg: 15 (7.8%) Critical tachycardia > (220-age): 2 (1%) Critical hypoxia <71% SpO2: 2 (1.1%)
Mean 140.75 mmHg 101.5 bpm 95.8% SpO2
SD 27.9 mmHg 20.3 bpm 5.2% SpO2
Med, 140 mmHg 100 bpm 97% SpO2
Range 80–250 mmHg 54–160 bpm 50–100 SpO2