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Figure 1: (a) S100β levels of two groups at analyzed time points. S100β levels were significantly higher in group propofol than group sevoflurane only at T2 (* P = 0.002). (b) S100β levels of group sevoflurane at analyzed time points. S100β levels at T3 were significantly higher compared to all analyzed times (* P < 0.05 for all compares) and S100β levels at T4 were significantly higher than T1 (** P = 0.038). (c) S100β levels of group propofol at analyzed time points. S100β levels at T3 were significantly higher compared to all analyzed times (* P < 0.001 for all compares), S100β levels at T2 were significantly higher than T1, T5 and T6 (* * P < 0.001) and S100β levels at T4 were significantly higher than T1, T5 and T6 (*** P < 0.05). Values are expressed as mean ± SD. T1 = After induction of anesthesia (baseline), T2 = 30 min of CPB, T3 = At the end of CPB, T4 = 1 h postoperatively, T5 = 6 h postoperatively and T6 = 24 h postoperatively

Figure 1: (a) S100β levels of two groups at analyzed time points. S100β levels were significantly higher in group propofol than group sevoflurane only at T2 (* <i>P</i> = 0.002). (b) S100β levels of group sevoflurane at analyzed time points. S100β levels at T3 were significantly higher compared to all analyzed times (* <i>P</i> < 0.05 for all compares) and S100β levels at T4 were significantly higher than T1 (** <i>P</i> = 0.038). (c) S100β levels of group propofol at analyzed time points. S100β levels at T3 were significantly higher compared to all analyzed times (* <i>P</i> < 0.001 for all compares), S100β levels at T2 were significantly higher than T1, T5 and T6 (* * <i>P</i> < 0.001) and S100β levels at T4 were significantly higher than T1, T5 and T6 (*** P < 0.05). Values are expressed as mean ± SD. T1 = After induction of anesthesia (baseline), T2 = 30 min of CPB, T3 = At the end of CPB, T4 = 1 h postoperatively, T5 = 6 h postoperatively and T6 = 24 h postoperatively