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Table 1 The patients’ characteristics and intra-operative data

From: Intra-operative intravascular effect of the difference in colloid solutions during acute normovolemic hemodilution

  HES, n = 67 Dex, n = 111 p-value
Age, years 56 (12) 54 (13) 0.443
Height, cm 154.8 (4.7) 155.0 (6.0) 0.598
Body weight, kg 57.3 (11.9) 60.0 (13.6) 0.182
BMI 24.0 (5.1) 25.0 (5.6) 0.259
ASA-PS
 1 4 (6.0) 7 (6.3) 0.899
 2 56 (83.6) 95 (85.6)
 3 7 (10.4) 9 (8.1)
Diagnosis
 Ovarian cancer, n (%) 11 (16.4) 17 (15.3) 0.724
 Uterine body cancer, n (%) 40 (59.7) 61 (55.0)
 Cervical cancer, n (%) 12 (17.9) 27 (24.3)
 Others, n (%) 4 (6.0) 6 (5.4)
Amount of ANH
 400–599 mL 6 (9.0) 8 (7.2) 0.654
 600–799 mL 5 (7.5) 6 (5.4)
 ≥ 800 mL 56 (83.6) 97 (87.4)
Anesthetics
 PRK 11 (16.4) 17 (15.3) 0.835
 PFK 56 (83.6) 94 (84.7)
Total fluid infusion 2400 (2000, 2700) 2700 (2300, 3250) < 0.001
Crystalloid 1500 (1000, 1813) 1700 (1350, 2350) < 0.001
Colloid 1000 (1000, 1000) 1000 (1000, 1000) 0.718
RBC 2 (3.0) 1 (0.9) 0.557
FFP 0 (0) 0 (0) 1.000
PC 0 (0) 0 (0) 1.000
Estimated blood loss, g 430 (260, 705) 445 (200, 655) 0.724
Urine out, mL 185 (129, 300) 223 (133, 350) 0.278
Duration of surgery, min 191 (53) 200 (56) 0.310
Duration of anesthesia, min 253 (58) 266 (61) 0.149
  1. The data are mean (SD) or median (25%, 75%). ANH acute normovolemic hemodilution; ASA-PS American Society of Anesthesiologists-Physical Status; BMI body mass index; Dex dextran; FFP fresh frozen plasma; HES hydroxylethyl starch; PC platelet concentrates; PFK propofol, fentanyl, ketamine; PRK propofol, remifentanil, ketamine; RBC red blood cells