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, Les différences entre les courbes ROC étaient significatives entre la PS100B à J0 et tous les autres biomarqueurs à J0 (p<0,0001), ainsi qu'entre la lactatémie à J0 et la NSE àJ0

, Les différences entre les AUC étaient significatives entre la PS100B à J1 et tous les autres biomarqueurs (p<0,001), entre la NSE à J1 et tous les autres biomarqueurs (p<0,001), ainsi qu'entre la lactatémie à J1 ou la créatininémie à J1

, PS100B J2 (AUC 0,809) Lactatémie J2 (AUC 0,547) NSE J2 (AUC 0,778) Créatininémie J2 (AUC 0,598) J0 (p<0,0001), ainsi qu'entre la lactémie à J0 et la NSE à J0. PS100B J0 (AUC 0,831) Lactatémie J0 (AUC 0,709) NSE J0 (AUC 0,585) Créatininémie J0 (AUC 0,658) la NSE à J1 (p<0,0001), et entre la NSE à J1 et la lactatémie à J1. PS100B J1 (AUC 0,825) Lactatémie J1

, Les différences entre les AUC étaient significatives entre la PS100B à J2 et la NSE à J2 versus tous les autres biomarqueurs

, PS100B J2 (AUC 0,818) Lactatémie J2 (AUC 0,551) NSE J2 (AUC 0,776) Créatininémie J2, p.605

, Rôle de la Protéine S-100B pour l'évaluation précoce du pronostic neurologique dans la phase aiguë après arrêt cardiaque