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Three correlation studies presented a high risk of bias in identifying confounding factors and strategies to deal with them 15, 38, 41, while one study 34 exhibited a high risk of bias in four items. Results of individual studies to provide services that meet the information needs of victims, witnesses and next-of-kin, in co-operation with other agencies; that they identify staff (named individuals) within their area to implement the policy so that it is clear who is responsible for making decisions and taking necessary actions. Abdullayev, R., Uludag, O. & Celik, B. Analgesia Nociception Index: Assessment of acute postoperative pain. Rev. Bras. Anestesiol. 69, 396–402 (2019).

Koprulu, A. S. et al. Can postoperative pain be predicted? New parameter: Analgesia nociception index. Turk. J. Med. Sci. 50, 49–58 (2020).In circumstances where a late appeal is lodged, and new defence agents have been appointed, papers will be returned to the local office for the appropriate action to be carried out. National Records of Scotland The self-reported subjective measures used to compare with ANI were the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) 22, 35, 38, 42 and the Numerical Rating Scale (NRS) 15, 16, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41. Three studies 34, 37, 38 used objective measures other than ANI: cardiovascular depth of analgesia (CARDEAN) 34, Surgical Plethysmographic Index (SPI) 37, the pupillary light reflex (PLR) 37, and the variation coefficient of pupillary diameter (VCPD) 38. Risk of bias in individual studies Audio/Video/DVD recordings and photographs should be retained for the same period as case papers unless marked for destruction by a Depute at an earlier stage. Occurrence reports Not previously identified as an HC, S&J, summary or Direct Measures case as per section 4, 5, 6 and 7 above developing strategies for the permanent preservation of selected records with the National Records of Scotland

Summary case records are now produced electronically. No paper record is kept and the cases are subject to the retention period set out in Chapter 6. Solemn cases are retained as a mixture of paper and electronic records. The paper and electronic records are retained for the identical time periods as set out in Chapter 6. High Court records are not included in the electronic Data Retention policy.The Ministerial Correspondence System is administered by the Law Officers’ Private Office in Crown Office. The papers in each High Court case will be retained on the premises at COPFS for a period of 10 years after the conclusion of trial or appeal proceedings and then transmitted to the National Records of Scotland (NRS) for permanent preservation. This also applies to Serious and Organised Crime Division papers which are currently stored separately. Productions in SOCD cases are not to be sent to NRS and can be destroyed at this stage. It has been the practice for AD High Court papers to be retained permanently at NRS and files are transmitted once they are 10 years old. Papers which are subject to appeal will be retained on COPFS premises for a longer period, determined by the appeal process. However, it has been recognised that there is valuable information on the PF High Court file which is not duplicated on the AD file. Therefore, the following information from the PF High Court file must be retained:

NB Last closure date is only defined if both CASZ.STAT and the latest CASE_STATUS.CASE_STATUS are "C" Kanaya, N. et al. Differential effects of propofol and sevoflurane on heart rate variability. Anesthesiology 98, 34–40 (2003). Where a paper file is required, all correspondence, including end of exchange emails, documents and papers in respect of a particular topic should be filed. Articles included that were methodologically homogeneous were incorporated into meta-analysis. Subgroup analyses were conducted considering the subjective pain measure used, medical procedures or electrical stimulus applied. Correlation analyses between ANI and subjective measures were conducted.In a records management context, COPFS expects to comply with all legislative and regulatory frameworks which apply to it. The terms of the following legislation are particularly relevant:



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