Hence the

mean MAP in the former was 134.95 +- 7.10 mmHg and 134.46+-6.35 mmHg in the later group.

Table 5: Comparison of

mean MAP in groups RC and RD MAP (mm Hg) Group RC Group RD Unpaired t test Mean SD Mean SD t p Difference Preoperative 92.34 6.36 92.65 8.24 -0.059 0.953 Not Significant 0 min 92.76 6.27 92.06 8.95 -0.356 0.722 Not Significant 5 min 91.16 6.54 87.77 9.87 1.568 0.122 NotSignificant 10 min 87.84 7.26 83.38 11.50 -2.174 0.030 Significant 15 min 84.38 8.13 78.26 9.63 2.660 0.010 Significant 20 min 81.52 7.98 76.61 9.00 2.236 0.029 Significant 25 min 79.01 7.48 75.81 8.32 1.566 0.123 Not Significant 30 min 76.77 6.86 76.08 8.19 0.353 0.725 Not Significant p < 0.05: significant (unpaired t test).

Table 1 shows the

mean MAP scale scores in 4th grade mathematics for students in the six school systems from the spring 2012 and spring 2013 test administrations.

The mean rates of change of

mean MAP were also negative and significantly steeper in the low than in the usual MAP groups, (-0.95 [+ or -] 0.14 versus -0.49 [+ or -] 0.12 mmHg per year, P = 0.01).

Prior to dialysis, the

mean MAP for the 59 cases requiring intervention was 93.59 (SD = 12.76).

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.

At 1 minute after intubation there was increase in

mean MAP by 18.91% from baseline in Group E, which was highly significant (p < 0.001).

At the pneumoperitoneum,

mean map in Group B was 104.16, in Group F was 87.92 and in Group N was 92.08.

Comparison of

Mean MAP in Both Groups Time

Mean MAP t' Group I Group II Value Pre-drug 114.91 [+ or -] 12.29 111.60 [+ or -] 10.59 1.44 1 hr.

The values of

mean MAP immediately after drug administration were decreased in both groups but they were statistically not significant (p>0.05).

The increase in

mean MAP at one minute after insertion was statistically significant when compared to basal values (p<0.001) in Group P.

The basal

mean MAP values were comparable in all three groups.