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Figure 2: Dynamics of EPM and erythrocyte aggregation in patients with CPB. Note: Data are expressed as mean ± SD (n = 12 in research group, who were given anesthesia with inhalation of molecular hydrogen; n = 8 in control group, who received standard cardiopulmonary bypass). *P < 0.05, vs. stage 1 (Student's t-test). CPB: cardiopulmonary bypass; EPM: Electrophoretic mobility; stage 1: immediately after the introduction of anesthesia; stage 2: before the start of CPB; stage 3: immediately after its termination; stage 4: 24 hours after the operation.

Figure 2: Dynamics of EPM and erythrocyte aggregation in patients with CPB.
Note: Data are expressed as mean ± SD (<i>n</i> = 12 in research group, who were given anesthesia with inhalation of molecular hydrogen; <i>n</i> = 8 in control group, who received standard cardiopulmonary bypass). *<i>P</i> < 0.05, <i>vs.</i> stage 1 (Student's <i>t</i>-test). CPB: cardiopulmonary bypass; EPM: Electrophoretic mobility; stage 1: immediately after the introduction of anesthesia; stage 2: before the start of CPB; stage 3: immediately after its termination; stage 4: 24 hours after the operation.