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Table 3 Demographic and clinical characteristics

From: Comparison of the Effects of Midazolam-Ketamine or Midazolam-Propofol Combinations on Hemodynamic Stability, Patient Comfort, and Post-anesthesia Recovery in Children Undergoing Sedation for Magnetic Resonance Imaging Procedures

 Midazolam-KetamineMidazolam-Propofolp
SexMale (n)10 (50%)13 (65%)0.337
Female (n)10 (50%)7 (35%)
Age (mean ± SD) (years)3.1 ± 1.684.75 ± 3.550.068
MR procedure time (mean ± SD) (min)17.5 ± 11.4113.75 ± 2.750.161
Total procedure time (mean ± SD) (min)22.15 ± 11.6619.5 ± 3.590.338
Weight (mean ± SD) (kg)13.8 ± 4.1317.9 ± 8.380.057
ASA (n)I:13I:140.25
II:7II:6
MRI scanning quality (n)1:14 (70%)1: 9 (45%)0.114
2: 6 (30%)2:11 (55%)
3:03:0
Family Satisfaction (n)1:14 (70%)1:9 (45%)0.114
2:6 (30%)2:11 (55%)
3: 03:0
RSS (min-max)1-52-40.826
  1. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status classification, RSS Ramsay Sedation Score, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, n Number of patients
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