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Table 1 Characteristics and outcomes of post-extubation negative pressure pulmonary edema

From: Characterizing post-extubation negative pressure pulmonary edema in the operating room—a retrospective matched case-control study

Patient ID Gender Age BMI ASA PS Operation Type of anesthesia Anesthetics Operation time (min) Unit of transfer
1 F 57 21.9 II Radiofrequency ablation of hepatoma ETGA Sevoflurane 200 ICU
2 M 22 17.9 I Local flap ETGA Desflurane 115 PACU
3 M 64 31.6 II Right parotidectomy + muscular rotation flap ETGA Sevoflurane 195 PACU
4 F 41 20.9 III Gamma nail for fracture ETGA Sevoflurane 135 PACU
5 M 49 27.3 II Left submandibular sialithotomy ETGA Desflurane 60 PACU
6 M 67 17.3 III Bilateral mandibular condylectomy ETGA Sevoflurane 510 ICU
7 F 66 36.5 II Laparoscopic appendectomy ETGA Sevoflurane 75 PACU
8 M 57 17.2 II Right below knee amputation LMA Sevoflurane 195 ICU
9 M 19 31.1 I ORIF + short leg splint LMA Sevoflurane 180 ICU
10 M 14 18.4 I Laparoscopic appendectomy ETGA Desflurane 105 ICU
11 F 49 21.5 IIE Repair of perforated gastric ulcer ETGA Sevoflurane 200 PACU
12 F 38 41.3 IIE Cesarean section + tubal ligation ETGA Sevoflurane 135 ICU
13 F 62 23.1 II Release of scar + flap ETGA Desflurane 140 PACU
14 M 44 30.7 II Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty ETGA Desflurane 145 ICU
15 M 18 16.7 IIE Laparoscopic appendectomy ETGA Sevoflurane 75 ICU
16 M 55 20.0 IIE Segmental resection of small bowel ETGA Sevoflurane 210 ICU*
  1. ASA PS American Society of Anesthesiologists Physical Status (“E” indicates emergency operation), BMI body mass index, ETGA endotracheal tube general anesthesia, ICU intensive care unit, LMA laryngeal mass anesthesia, ORIF open reduction and internal fixation, PACU post-anesthesia care unit. *This patient was admitted to the ICU after the development of negative pressure pulmonary edema and eventually expired on day 50 after ICU admission