In both groups, etomidate did not attenuate the hypertensive response associated with ECT and resulted in significantly higher mean MAP post-ECT at three minutes.
The mean MAP during the second procedure was consistently lower in both groups.
Our results showed that the mean MAP readings were higher with etomidate post-ECT at three minutes in both groups, and at six and nine minutes in Group II.
The mean map segment length (MMSL), however, should stay roughly constant at all scales.
Thus we can define a constant, mean map QTM resolution:
This is in spite of the fact that our primary scale-related, metric Mean Map Segment Length (MMSL) indicates that in principle, legibility is roughly constant from about 1:150K to 1:4.