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Evaluation of an novel smartphone algorithm designed to estimate blood pressure based on collected optical signals on patients against the reference method, (radial arterial catheter) in patients having major surgeries.
The purpose of the study is to compare the blood pressure values measured by a mobile application used with a smartphone and the values measured by reference method, which is the radial arterial line
Patients scheduled for major surgeries under general anesthesia at the Erasme
Hospital will be recruited and their arterial pressure will be measured with both measurement methods (novel smartphone application and the invasive arterial line).
The placement of an arterial line is standard of care in the institution for patients scheduled for major surgeries. General anesthesia and surgery itself are known to generate significant variations in blood pressure. Since the first minutes of anesthesia, the patient's blood pressure will be measured in parallel with the mobile application and with the reference equipment. Then, during the intervention, measurement will be taken each hour during the duration of the surgery. After the intervention, measurement will be taken once again one hour after arrival in the post-anesthesia care unit or the intensive care unit.
Blood pressure values obtained by the two methods will be compared to confirm the reliability of the data obtained with the mobile application.
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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-15T11:11:28-0400
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