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Table 3 Comparing propofol and midazolam by SBP, DBP and MAP

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

Variables Propofol Propofol Midazolam Midazolam p-value
Mean (SD) Median (IQR) Mean (SD) Median (IQR)
Systolic blood pressure
 Pre-procedure 134.00 (16.27) 127.50 (120.00, 143.75) 131.50 (15.31) 130.00 (120.00, 140.00) 0.679
 Intra-procedure 115.50 (10.50) 120.00 (110.00, 120.00) 121.00 (17.59) 120.00 (110.00, 133.00) 0.388
 Post-procedure 122.50 (13.43) 120.00 (111.25, 130.00) 120.75 (15.25) 120.00 (110.00, 128.75) 0.608
Diastolic blood pressure
 Pre-procedure 75.30 (9.27) 75.00 (70.00, 80.00) 75.25 (11.53) 70.00 (70.00, 80.00) 0.731
 Intra-procedure 64.75 (8.66) 65.00 (60.00, 70.00) 65.75 (11.62) 67.50 (60.00, 70.00) 0.868
 Post-procedure 70.25 (6.52) 70.00 (60.00, 78.75) 73.00 (15.25) 70.00 (61.25, 78.75) 0.989
MAP
 Pre-procedure 94.45 (9.88) 94.50 (87.10, 100.00) 94.66 (10.31) 93.30 (87.10, 99.17) 0.765
 Intra-procedure 82.00 (8.70) 81.65 (76.70, 89.17) 83.84 (12.27) 85.00 (74.97, 89.17) 0.744
 Post-procedure 87.76 (9.41) 86.70 (80.00, 92.90) 87.73 (12.44) 86.70 (80.82, 92.25) 0.733