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Each patient fulfilling the selection criteria was allocated study identity (ID) numbers in chronological order and then the study group corresponding to its ID number was allocated to that patient.
As the programme progressed, the NPIs had allocated study days, during which they worked alongside anaesthetists, carried out assessments on pre-operative patients, and developed and refined their skills and experience in assessing post-operative patients.
They were allocated study (spinal anesthesia) and control (general anesthesia) groups according to 'odd' and 'even' registration numbers respectively.