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Table 2 Hemodynamic data before and after paracentesis

From: Effects of paracentesis on hemodynamic parameters and respiratory function in critically ill patients

  Before paracentesis Immediately after paracentesis p-value 2 hours after paracentesis p-value 6 hours after paracentesis p-value
Heart rate, beats per minute 88 (79–101) 88 (80–100) 0.340 91 (81–99) 0.152 90 (85–99) 0.530
MAP, mmHg 84 (76–93) 79 (73–88) 0.060 77 (71–90) 0.041* 80 (71–89) 0.213
CI, L/min/m2 4.6 (3.7-5.4) 4.6 (3.6-5.6) 0.211 4.7 (3.7-5.7) 0.304 4.9 (3.8-5.7) 0.402
GEDVI, mL/m2 817 (697–909) 820 (713–941) 0.787 784 (711–900) 0.943 792 (685–861) 0.669
SVRI, dyne·sec/cm5/m2 1163 (883–1606) 1120 (869–1443) 0.118 1047 (882–1370) 0.016* 1116 (877–1406) 0.270
EVLWI, mL/m2 10 (7–12) 10 (8–12) 0.442 10 (8–13) 0.129 10 (8–12) 0.338
Norepinephrine dose, μg/h 0.0 (0.0-300.0) 0.0 (0.0-325.0) 0.812 0.0 (0.0-375.0) 0.979 0.0 (0.0-238.0) 0.905
  1. MAP, mean arterial pressure; CI, cardiac index; GEDVI, global end-diastolic volume index; SVRI, systemic vascular resistance index; EVLWI, extravascular lung water index.
  2. Data are presented as: median (interquartile range). Tests are performed against the baseline values. p-values <0.05 are indicated with*.