publication . Article . 2015

Reliability of oscillometric central hemodynamic responses to an orthostatic challenge.

Lee Stoner; Chantel Bonner; Daniel Credeur; Danielle Lambrick; James Faulkner; Daniel Wadsworth; Michelle A. Williams;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Aug 2015
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Background<br/><br/>Monitoring central hemodynamic responses to an orthostatic challenge may provide important insight into autonomic nervous system function. Oscillometric pulse wave analysis devices have recently emerged, presenting clinically viable options for investigating central hemodynamic properties. The purpose of the current study was to determine whether oscillometric pulse wave analysis can be used to reliably (between-day) assess central blood pressure and central pressure augmentation (augmentation index) responses to a 5 min orthostatic challenge (modified tilt-table).<br/><br/>Methods<br/><br/>Twenty healthy adults (26.4 y (SD 5.2), 55% F, 24.7 ...
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free text keywords: Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine, Medicine, business.industry, business, Fasted state, Anesthesia, Hemodynamics, Central pressure, Repeated measures design, Pulse Wave Analysis, Central blood pressure, Orthostatic vital signs, Autonomic nervous system
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publication . Article . 2015

Reliability of oscillometric central hemodynamic responses to an orthostatic challenge.

Lee Stoner; Chantel Bonner; Daniel Credeur; Danielle Lambrick; James Faulkner; Daniel Wadsworth; Michelle A. Williams;