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Table 3 Gender differences for normally distributed parameters-PmaxS and PmaxE

From: OroPress a new wireless tool for measuring oro-lingual pressures: a pilot study in healthy adults

  Mean (mmHg) SD 95% CI
PMaxS (all) 528.48 131.54 428.37, 574.37
Males 573.74 143.11 497.49, 650.00
Females 488.24 108.96 434.06, 542.43
PMaxE (all) 547.52 142.59 497.76, 597.27
Males 556.20 138.33 482.49, 629.91
Females 539.80 149.83 465.29, 614.31
  1. Abbreviations: PMaxS, maximum oro-lingual pressure generated during isometric tongue strength task; PmaxE: maximum oro-lingual pressure generated during the isometric tongue endurance task; SD, Standard deviation; CI, Confidence interval.