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Research Article

Appropriate Blood Pressure in Cerebral Aneurysm Clipping for Prevention of Delayed Ischemic Neurologic Deficits

Table 2

Comparison of intraoperative hemodynamic and end-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring between patients with and without DNID.

ParametersOverallComparison
DNIDNo DNID value

At initial operation, mean ± SD
 SBP (mmHg)137.5 ± 25.7152.9 ± 18.3129.8 ± 25.7<0.05
 DBP (mmHg)75.2 ± 14.987.9 ± 14.068.9 ± 10.9<0.05
 MAP (mmHg)96.0 ± 15.1109.5 ± 10.689.2 ± 12.2<0.05
 ETCO2 (mmHg)31.8 ± 4.130.2 ± 4.832.5 ± 3.60.143

During operation
 SBP, mean ± SD
  The lowest point (mmHg)97.4 ± 12.9100.4 ± 8.995.9 ± 14.50.297
  Δ (mmHg)39.0 ± 24.949.1 ± 12.835.4 ± 26.10.020

 DBP, mean ± SD
  The lowest point (mmHg)47.5 ± 7.850.7 ± 8.145.9 ± 7.20.056
  Δ (mmHg)27.7 ± 13.737.2 ± 13.423.0 ± 11.4<0.05

 MAP, mean ± SD
  The lowest point (mmHg)65.5 ± 8.167.1 ± 7.264.7 ± 8.60.365
  Δ (mmHg)29.3 ± 13.241.2 ± 9.423.4 ± 10.7<0.001

 ETCO2, mean ± SD
  The lowest point (mmHg)27.5 ± 2.228.2 ± 2.127.1 ± 2.20.141
  Δ (mmHg)5.1 ± 3.34.4 ± 3.75.4 ± 3.10.139

Δ, mean difference between the lowest point and baselined point at the initial procedure.

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