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Table 5 Summary statistics for procedural skills at baseline and mastery and paired samples t test results

From: Feasible and effective use of a simulation-based curriculum for post-graduate emergency medicine trainees in India to improve learner self-efficacy, knowledge, and skills

Variable N Mean (SD) Min Max t p value
# of intubation attempts for mastery 55 1.76 (0.79) 1 5  
Baseline # of completed intubation steps 56 9.79 (2.76) 0 12  
Baseline % completed intubation steps 56 82% (23%) 0% 100% − 6.00 < 0.001
Mastery % completed intubation steps 56 100% 100% 100%
# of BVM attempts for mastery 56 1.64 (0.72) 1 4  
Baseline # of completed BVM steps 56 4.82 (1.35) 1 6  
Baseline % completed BVM steps 56 80% (22%) 17% 100% − 6.53 < 0.001
Mastery % completed intubation steps 56 100% 100% 100%
# of IV attempts for mastery 54 2.02 (1.54) 1 10  
Baseline # of completed IV steps 55 5.87 (1.26) 0 7  
Baseline % completed IV steps 55 84% (18%) 0% 100% − 6.62 < 0.001
Mastery % completed intubation steps 55 100% 100% 100%
# of IO attempts for mastery 53 2.19 (0.79) 1 4  
Baseline # of completed IO steps 55 10.55 (2.56) 0 13  
Baseline % completed IO steps 55 81% (20%) 0% 100% − 7.11 < 0.001
Mastery % completed intubation steps 55 100% 100% 100%