Validation of non-invasive central blood pressure devices: Artery Society task force consensus statement on protocol standardization
Sharman, James E.
Avolio, Alberto P.
Blizzard, C. Leigh
Cockcroft, John R.
Papaioannou, Theodoros G.
Park, Jeong Bae
Protogerou, Athanase D.
Roman, Mary J.
Stergiou, George S.
Townsend, Raymond R.
Van Bortel, Luc M.
Wilkinson, Ian B.
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Brachial cuff blood pressure (BP) is clinically important, but may be an inaccurate substitute for central BP. Many non-invasive devices have been developed that purport to estimate central BP from peripheral artery sites, yet with no standardized guidelines; the accuracy testing of these new devices has not been undertaken in a uniform fashion with comparable protocols. This paper describes the recommendations reached by an international task force convened to identify issues that need to be addressed and reach consensus relating to methods for assessing and reporting the accuracy (validation) of central BP devices. The recommendations are endorsed by the Association for Research into Arterial Structure and Physiology (ARTERY) Society, as well as the European Society of Hypertension (ESH) Working Group on Arterial Structure and Function, and the ESH Working Group on Blood Pressure Monitoring and Cardiovascular Variability.
European Heart Journal;
Sharman, J.E., Avolio, A.P., Baulmann, J., Benetos, A., Blacher, J., Blizzard, C.L., Boutouyrie, P., Chen, C.H., Chowienczyk, P., Cockcroft, J.R. and Cruickshank, J.K., et al. (2017) 'Validation of non-invasive central blood pressure devices: ARTERY Society task force consensus statement on protocol standardization', European Heart Journal, p.ehw632.
This article was published in European Heart Journal on 30 January 2017, available open access at https://doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehw632
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