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Research Article

Are Anesthesiology Providers Good Guessers? Heart Rate and Oxygen Saturation Estimation in a Simulation Setting

Table 4

Repeated measures mixed model results for recording setting, music, and training level on oxygen saturation estimation accuracy.

EffectScenarioVisual aidExperience levelMusic experienceAdjusted LS meanSEF value

SettingScenario A−2.30.498.79<0.0001
Scenario B−2.60.49
Scenario C−3.30.49
Scenario D−0.80.49

Visual aidYes−2.30.420.200.6542
No−2.20.42

Experience levelAttending−2.40.772.940.0410
Resident−1.00.50
CRNA−1.70.55
Intern−3.90.92

Music experienceYes−2.30.620.010.9207
No−2.230.38

Visual aid × settingScenario CYes−2.60.600.490.6869
Scenario B−2.60.60
Scenario C−3.60.60
Scenario D−0.60.60
Scenario ANo−2.10.60
Scenario B−2.60.60
Scenario A−3.00.60
Scenario D−1.10.60

CRNA, nurse anesthetist; LS, least square; SE, standard error; F, statistic used. Scenario C and scenario A were attempted twice (before increasing heart rate and decreasing heart rate and oxygen saturation).

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