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スキー&スノーボード2004-2005

Arterial Stiffness

Comparison of aortic pulse wave velocity measured by three
techniques: Complior, SphygmoCor and Arteriograph
Marek W. Rajzer, Wiktoria Wojciechowska, Marek Klocek, Ilona Palka,
Małgorzata Brzozowska-Kiszka and Kalina Kawecka-Jaszcz
Background New 2007 European Society of Hypertension
guidelines recommend measuring arterial stiffness in
patients with arterial hypertension, suggesting a
carotid–femoral pulse wave velocity over 12 m/s as an
estimate of subclinical organ damage. Considering this
cutoff point, it is worth exploring whether or not there are
significant differences in results obtained using various
techniques for measuring aortic pulse wave velocity. The
aim of the study was to compare aortic pulse wave velocity
measurements using Complior, SphygmoCor, and
Arteriograph devices, and to assess the effect of pulse wave
transit time and traveled distance on pulse wave velocity
values.
Methods Aortic pulse wave velocity was measured on a
single visit, using these devices, in randomized order, in a
group of 64 patients with grade 1 or 2 arterial hypertension.
Results Aortic pulse wave velocity measured using
Complior (10.1W1.7 m/s) was significantly higher than that
obtained using SphygmoCor (8.1W1.1 m/s) or Arteriograph
(8.6W1.3 m/s). No differences were noted between pulse
wave velocity measurements using SphygmoCor and
Arteriograph. Between-method comparison revealed that
differences in traveled distance were significant: Complior
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