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Clinical Study

Gabapentin Does Not Appear to Improve Postoperative Pain and Sleep Patterns in Patients Who Concomitantly Receive Regional Anesthesia for Lower Extremity Orthopedic Surgery: A Randomized Control Trial

Table 2

The value comparing quality of sleep between the control (a) and Gabapentin (b) groups preoperatively, POD1, and POD 2.
(a)

Placebo statisticPSQIQuality of sleep
POD1 (Scale 0–3)
Quality of sleep
POD2 (Scale 0–3)

()121212
Mean7.3331.3331.000
Variance ()18.9700.4240.727
Standard deviation ()4.3550.6510.853

(b)

Gabapentin statisticPSQIQuality of sleep
POD1 (Scale 0–3)
Quality of sleep
POD2 (Scale 0–3)

()171717
Mean6.7651.2350.647
Variance ()12.6911.1910.743
Standard deviation ()3.5621.0910.862

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