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Clinical Study

The Levels and Duration of Sensory and Motor Blockades of Spinal Anesthesia in Obese Patients That Underwent Urological Operations in the Lithotomy Position

Table 2

Hemodynamic data.

GroupMinutes after the lithotomy position
Base 5 min10 min15 min20 min25 min30 min

Group N
SBP 130.83 ± 16.9115.17 ± 20.1123.61 ± 19.3*118.67 ± 12.7*106.49 ± 16.8102.71 ± 15.196.31 ± 17.8
HR90.07 ± 14.387.43 ± 12.480.23 ± 8.175.50 ± 11.874.48 ± 10.172.36 ± 14.670.91. ± 8.4

Group O
SBP124.49 ± 18.7109.49 ± 20.6104.78 ± 12.3102.33 ± 15.298.87 ± 13.897.77 ± 15.891.39 ± 14.5
HR86.45 ± 16.583.11 ± 3.776.63 ± 12.272.27 ± 14.170.87 ± 9.370.19 ± 10.767.66 ± 14.3

Changes in systolic (SBP) and heart rate (HR), in the obese and nonobese groups. *Extremely significant at the level of < 0.001, Significant at the level of < 0.05.

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