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Table 2 Hemodynamic variables

From: Increased permeability-oedema and atelectasis in pulmonary dysfunction after trauma and surgery: a prospective cohort study

  Thoracic trauma Oesophageal surgery Abdominal surgery Bone surgery P
  n = 5 n = 8 n = 6 n = 4  
Heart rate (bpm) 97 (89–108)1 56 (44–82) 66 (46–89) 60 (49–104) 0.014
MAP (mmHg) 78 (67–84) 87 (60–113) 81 (75–100) 74 (65–105) 0.763
CVP (mmHg) 9 (7–14)2 4 (0–6) 3 (1–5) 4.5 (2–7) 0.007
GEDVI (ml.m-2) 617 (492–1125) 823 (574–1068) 726 (521–922) 751 (380–826) 0.668
CI (l.min-1.m-2) 5.8 (3.8–8.2)3 2.8 (2.2–3.9) 3.2 (2.4–3.5) 2.9 (2.0–5.5) 0.056
Dopamine (mg.h-1) 0 (0–40) 8 (0–32) 0 (0–8) 1.5 (0–4) 0.442
Red cell concentrates 0 (0–3) 0 (0–12) 3.5 (2–7) 9 (0–32) 0.133
  1. Median (range) or number of patients, where appropriate. MAP, mean arterial pressure; CVP, central venous pressure; GEDVI (n 680–800 ml-1.m2), global end-diastolic volume index; CI, cardiac index. Versus surgical groups 1P = 0.001; 2P < 0.001; 3P = 0.003; 4P = 0.005; among surgical groups aP = 0.008.