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17 April 2024: Clinical Research

Muscular Function Recovery from General Anesthesia in 132 Patients Undergoing Surgery with Acceleromyography, Combined Acceleromyography, and Ultrasonography, and without Monitoring Muscular Function

Shiqian Huang 13ACDEF* , Yu Pan 123BCD* , Yu Wang 123CDE* , Shuaijie Pei 123BCE , Xiang Wang 4BC , Shujun Sun 123AF , Shanglong Yao 123DE , Xiangdong Chen 123DE* , Haifa Xia 123ADG*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.942780

Med Sci Monit 2024; 30:e942780

Supplementary Table 3 Effective and safety indicators of the participants at the moment of tracheal extubation.

US+AMG group (n=43)AMG group (n=44)UCP group (n=40)P
Effective indicators
Extubation time (min)10 (2)* 11 (3)* 8 (2)
TOFr at extubation moment0.898 (0.034)* 0.9 (0)* 0.825 (0.074)
SpO at extubation moment (%)98 (2)98 (2)98 (2)0.564
Safety indicators
VAS score for pain0.070 (0.258)0.068 (0.334)0 (0.226)0.392
PONV incidence (%)1 (2)1 (2)1 (2)0.997
Postoperative pulmonary complications000/
Respiratory adverse events000/
Cardiovascular adverse events000/
Data are presented as mean (SD) or number (%); value indicates differences among the three groups.
* Bonferroni-adjusted
US+AMG – combined ultrasonography with acceleromyography; AMG – perioperative acceleromyography; UCP – usual clinical practice; SpO – pulse oxygen saturation; TOFr – train of four ratio; VAS – visual analog scale; PONV – postoperative nausea and vomiting; PACU – Postanesthesia Care Unit.

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