Optical System to Continuously Measure Arterial Blood Pressure
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Treatment||csem bp system 2015-md-0022|
|Sponsor||Centre Suisse d'Electronique et Microtechnique SA|
|Collaborator||Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois|
|Start date||January 2017|
|End date||January 2017|
|Trial size||40 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02651558, BLOOD PRESSURE|
Comparison of an optical method to continuously measure blood pressure against an invasive arterial catheter.
|Intervention model||single group assignment|
Error (in mmHg) between paired determinations of mean arterial blood pressure from an optical device against reference measurements from an arterial catheter
time frame: 12 months
All participants at least 18 years old.
- patient requiring the placement of an arterial catheter for general anesthesia
- minimum of 18 years
- written consent
- minor patient or incapable of discernment
- patient with AIMD
- thoracic surgery
|Official title||Comparison of an Optical System to Continuously Measure Arterial Blood Pressure Against a Gold-standard Arterial Catheter|
|Principal investigator||Patrick Schoettker|
|Description||The measurement of blood pressure during anesthesia is commonly performed by the inflation of a brachial cuff providing only intermittent blood pressure measurements. In some case, it is required to add a continuous invasive monitoring of blood pressure, via the insertion of an arterial catheter. Unfortunately, the related morbidity is not negligible. To limit the consequences of such a gesture, some developments have been done in the past to allow for continuous non-invasive measurements of blood pressure during anesthesia. Unfortunately, most of these devices are subject to important limitations and constraints of use. A new system has been designed by CSEM consisting of an optical system fixed on patient's skin, absolutely non-invasive and easy to use. In order to study the reliability of this device, the investigators plan to compare its blood pressure estimates against gold-standard arterial catheter measurements during induction of general anesthesia on 40 patients.|
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