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Dripps clas·si·fi·ca·tion

(drips klas'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
System used by anesthesiologists to describe physical status of patient.
Synonym(s): ASA classification.
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ASA class·i·fi·ca·tion

American Society of Anesthesiologists' identification system for a patient's medical status.
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Age, BMI, ASA score, PADUA score, operative time, warm ischemia time, complication rates, and length of hospital stay were similar among the groups (Table 1), whereas EBL was significantly lower in the Floseal Group (Tables 2 and 3).
Thirteen patients died and all these patients were critically ill and belong to the ASA score V as decided by the group of surgeons, anaesthesiologist and physician.
This study investigated patient characteristics and comorbidities influencing post-RC eGFR at postoperative 3rd month, and ASA Score, ECOG Performance Score, Charlson Comorbidity Index, and the presence of DM, HT, and other comorbidities were found to have no effect on postoperative eGFR.
used a multivariate analysis and determined the following eight factors as being independently associated with AC and increasing its severity: gender, age, body mass index, ASA score, recurrent colic, thickness of the gallbladder wall, WBC count, and CRP value.
Statistically significant associations with postoperative inpatient mortality were noted for age (p<0.001), ASA score >2 (p<0.001), metastatic cancer (p<0.001), HIV (p=0.032), renal impairment (p<0.001), preoperative anaemia (p<0.001), preoperative serum sodium measurements (p<0.001), urgent/emergent surgery (p<0.001) and major surgery (p<0.001).
The ASA score is not defined to be related with PONV; however, it could be an effective factor.
A multivariable regression model including the aforementioned radiographic parameters, age, BMI, gender, and ASA score was then developed to determine variables significantly associated with KSS knee scores, KSS function scores, and range of motion following TKA.
Exclusion criteria include patient participation in another study, ASA score > III, and prominent psychiatric disease.
There is an association between attachment pattern (operationalized in this study as Attachment-related Anxiety, Attachment-related Avoidance, and ASA score) and Total Grit Score, where those who are less anxious and avoidant and those who are more secure have more grit.
Table 2 summarizes the 16 clinical cases of PSI concerning demographics, ASA score, diagnosis prior to arthroplasty, type of surgery, presence of hematoma, time elapsed between surgery and PSI, microorganism identified, and the selected medical treatment.
There were no statistically significant differences between the two groups for BMI, ASA score, tumour side and localization, type of surgery (LPN vs.