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Research Article

Feasibility of Anesthesiologist-Performed Preoperative Echocardiography for the Prediction of Postinduction Hypotension: A Prospective Observational Study

Table 2

Patient characteristics for all subjects and by the ability to obtain IVC measurements.

All available data (n = 63)(A) IVC measurements available (n = 48)(B) IVC measurements not available (n = 15)Comparison (A) vs. (B)
N%Mean (SD)N%Mean (SD)N%Mean (SD) value

Demographics
Age6364.1 (10.9)4862.8 (12.0)1568.1 (5.1)0.098
Gender
 Female2539.72245.8320.00.074
 Male3860.32654.21280.0
Height63171.0 (9.7)48170.5 (10.3)15172.5 (7.5)0.485
Weight6387.3 (15.8)4883.5 (14.0)1599.4 (15.6)<0.001
BMI6329.6 (5.2)4828.4 (4.5)1533.6 (5.5)0.001
BSA (m2)632.0 (0.5)481.9 (0.2)152.1 (0.2)0.004
ASA physical status
 23352.42552.1853.30.933
 33047.62347.9746.7

Health characteristics
Hypertension3250.42347.9960.00.414
CVD23.224.20
CAD46.348.30
Preoperative MAP6399.7 (13.6)4899.3 (13.4)15101 (14.4)0.687

Outcomes
MAP < 65 mmHg4469.83266.71280.00.520
MAP decrease > 30% preoperative value4368.33164.61280.00.350
MAP < 65 mmHg and decrease of > 30%3149.22450.0746.70.822

ASA, American Society of Anesthesiologists; BMI, body mass index; CVD, cardiovascular disease; IVC, inferior vena cava; MAP, mean arterial pressure (mmHg).

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