Comparison of Mean MAP
in Both Groups Time Mean MAP
t' Group I Group II Value Pre-drug 114.
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.
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.
Prior to dialysis, the mean MAP
for the 59 cases requiring intervention was 93.
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 values of mean MAP
immediately after drug administration were decreased in both groups but they were statistically not significant (p>0.
The increase in mean MAP
at one minute after insertion was statistically significant when compared to basal values (p<0.
The basal mean MAP
values were comparable in all three groups.
After induction, mean MAP
reduced by 30% in group P (p<0.
24 mmHg as compared to fentanyl group having mean MAP
of 86[+ or -]9.
MEAN ARTERIAL PRESSURE: Statistical evaluation between the groups showed that the basal mean MAP
between Group I and Group II was statistically not significant(p=0.
The corresponding increases in the mean MAP
in the control group were 38.