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    Additional file 1 of Chest CT findings in severe acute respiratory distress syndrome requiring V-V ECMO: J-CARVE registry

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    Additional file 1: SMethods. Figure S1. Representative images of each of the characteristic pulmonary opacities on chest computed tomography scans. Figure S2. Distribution of registered patients by years. Figure S3. Cumulative proportion of the duration (h) between chest computed tomography examinations and initiation of veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support. Figure S4. Characteristics of the chest computed tomography findings according to the mechanical ventilation–extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support duration and the underlying etiology of the acute respiratory distress syndrome. Figure S5. Survival curve of the chest computed tomography findings related to changes outside of the pulmonary opacity (excluding subcutaneous emphysema). Figure S6. Survival curve of participants with and without traction bronchiectasis separately according to the underlying etiology of acute respiratory distress syndrome. Table S1. Concordance rates between two evaluators. Table S2. Basic information of the participating hospitals. Table S3. Characteristics of chest computed tomography findings. Table S4. Results of multivariate Cox regression analysis of the relationship between V-V ECMO support initiation and 90-day in-hospital mortality. Table S5. Results of multivariate logistic regression analysis for successful ECMO liberation
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