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Comparison of direct intra-arterial pressure and ClearSight finger cuff arterial pressure measurements in elderly patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

Blood Pressure Monitoring 2023 September 22
OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to assess the agreement between direct intra-arterial pressure and ClearSight finger cuff arterial pressure measurements in elderly patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).

METHODS: A prospective observational study was conducted at Hitachi General Hospital, Japan, involving 30 patients aged 65 years and older who underwent TAVR under general anesthesia. Intra-arterial pressure and finger cuff arterial pressure measurements were recorded for 30 min after valve deployment. Bland-Altman analysis, four-quadrant plot analysis, and error grid analysis were used to assess the concordance between the two methods. Multiple regression analysis was performed to explore potential confounding factors affecting the agreement.

RESULTS: The bias and precision of ClearSight measurements were -4.88 ± 15.46 (mmHg) for SBP, 4.73 ± 8.95 (mmHg) for mean, and 9.53 ± 9.01 (mmHg) for DBP. The Bland-Altman analysis demonstrated acceptable agreement between intra-arterial pressure and finger cuff arterial pressure measurements. The four-quadrant plot analysis showed good trend-tracking ability, and the error grid analysis revealed that most of the observed values fell into the no-risk category. The mean BP match ratio and SBP match ratio were influenced by several factors such as age, BSA, ejection fraction, valve size, and gender.

CONCLUSION: The ClearSight finger cuff arterial pressure measurement showed good agreement with direct intra-arterial pressure in elderly patients undergoing TAVR. However, factors such as age, BSA, ejection fraction, valve size, and gender may influence the agreement between the two methods.

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