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Table 2 Demographic data and vital sign parameters for both treatment groups

From: Is it safe to use propofol in the emergency department? A randomized controlled trial to compare propofol and midazolam

Demography/vital parameters Group A (propofol and fentanyl) Group B (midazolam and fentanyl) p-value
Number of patients 20 20 >0.05
Age (years) 40.6 (95% CI 38.2, 43.3) 35.0 (95% CI 33.2, 37.6) p = 0.424
Sex:
 Male 15 16 p = 0.705
 Female 5 4
Systolic BP (mmHg) 127.50 (95% CI 120.00, 143.75) 130.00 (95% CI 120.00, 140.00 p = 0.241
Diastolic BP (mmHg) 75.00 (95% CI 70.00, 80.00) 70.00 (95% CI 70.00, 80.00) p = 0.093
Mean arterial pressure (mmHg) 94.50 (95% CI 87.10, 100.00) 93.30 (95% CI 87.10, 99.17) p = 0.541
Oxygen saturation (%) 99.9 (95% CI 99.80, 100.00) 100.00 (95% CI 100.00, 100.00) p = 0.286
End tidal CO2 (mmHg) 38.50 (95% CI 33.25, 40.00) 36.00 (95% CI 33.25,39.00) p = 0.662
Heart rate (per minute) 80.00 (95% CI 71.00, 100.00) 80.00 (95% CI 78.00, 96.50) p = 0.776
Respiratory rate (per minute) 19.50 (95% CI 18.00, 23.50) 18.00 (95% CI 14.00, 22.00) p = 0.334