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Table 3 Postoperative outcomes in two groups

From: Preoperative anxiety predicted the incidence of postoperative delirium in patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty: a prospective cohort study

Variables Anxiety group (n = 95) Non-anxiety group (n = 230) p value
Transfusion, n(%) 12/95(12.6%) 32/230(13.9%) 0.759
ICU, n(%) 8/95(8.4%) 33/230(14.3%) 0.588
Hypotension, n(%) 10/95(10.5%) 12/230(5.2%) 0.083
Hematoma, n(%) 2/95(2.1%) 7/230(3.0%) 0.639
Nausea, n(%) 20/95(21.1%) 60/230(26.1%) 0.338
Vomiting, n(%) 9/95(9.5%) 38/230(16.5%) 0.100
Hypothermia, n(%) 11/95(11.6%) 16/230(7.0%) 0.170
VAS,mean (SD) 2.7(1.6) 2.9(1.7) 0.445
Surgery time, min,
mean (SD)
75.4(29.0) 80.0(33.7) 0.239
LOS,mean (SD) 6.8(2.6) 6.2(1.8) 0.038
  1. Hypotension, the blood pressures were low above 30% of the baseline or need constrictor support;
  2. Hematoma, the data collected from postoperative clinical records or re-operation for hemostasis;
  3. VAS Visual Analogue Scale, which was assessed at the first postoperative day, MMSE Mini-Mental State Examination, LOS Length of Stay, SD Standard Deviation