ASA-II

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ASA-IIAdvanced SCSI Architecture II
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U-I U-II control sham-EA Number of people/group 25 24 Gender Men: n (%) 20 (80%) 21 (88%) Female: n (%) 5 (20%) 3 (12%) ASA ASA-I: n (%) 16 (64%) 18 (75%) ASA-II: n (%) 9 (36%) 6 (25%) Age (yr) 48.00 42.50 (40.00-53.00) (34.50-49.00) BH (cm) 165.00 166.50 (162.00-171.60) (162.80-172.50) BW (kg) 74.00 70.50 (65.00-80.00) (63.75-80.00) U-III P value 100 HzEA Number of people/group 25 Gender Men: n (%) 18 (72%) 0.4021 Female: n (%) 7 (28%) ASA ASA-I: n (%) 20 (80%) 0.4282 ASA-II: n (%) 5 (20%) Age (yr) 44.00 (36.00-48.00) 0.2327 BH (cm) 166.00 0.9230 (162.00-172.00) BW (kg) 63.10 0.2539 (61.00-76.70) Median (25%-75%).
of Percentage (%) patients ASA-I 24 80 % ASA-II 6 20 % Table 4: Different types of operations taken for the study Sl.
Patients were also classified according to ASA classification in which 132 patients were classified as ASA-I and 68 patients as ASA-II both the groups were comparable with respect to age (p greater than 0.05) and ASA classification (p greater than 0.05).
37 patients belonged to ASA-1 and 23 patients belonged to ASA-II. In group I, the average age of the patients was 26.24[+ or -]6.4 years while in group II it was 24.12[+ or -]3.2 years (table 1).