Aldrete score

Aldrete score

a measurement of recovery after anesthesia that includes gauging consciousness, activity, respiration, and blood pressure.
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All patients were extubated at the end of surgery, admitted to the post-anaesthesia care unit and then transferred to the ward when their Aldrete score reached >9 (11).
Patients were observed for at least 30 min in the postanesthesia care unit, and once the Modified Aldrete Score was 9 or higher they were transferred to the wards.
At the end of endoscopy, patients were transferred to the recovery room, and recovery was evaluated by Aldrete score (10).
The patient, who was kept in the recovery room for 2 hours, was transferred to the neurosurgery clinic with an Aldrete score of 10 upon not observing any complication.
The time from the cessation of anaesthetic gases until a modified Aldrete score (MAS) > 9 was reached was recorded as the recovery time.
Table 1 presents the components of the Aldrete score. Recovery time was calculated as the time until the Aldrete score reached 9 or more after coming to PACU.
The patient was extubated without any problems with the Aldrete score of 10 and transferred to our intensive care unit (ICU) for routine observation after RALP.
A modified aldrete score system was used to evaluate recovery while Pain/Discomfort scale to assess the quality of emergence from anesthesia.