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New Clinical Studies Demonstrate the Accuracy of Masimo Noninvasive and Continuous Hemoglobin Monitoring Technology
Date:10/21/2009

="http://www.asaabstracts.com/strands/asaabstracts/search.htm;jsessionid=6AA97B9BE07C8E5692FCA0837F4E4A47">study (A1294) comparing hemoglobin measurements in 107 subjects from time-matched arterial and venous blood samples on the same invasive laboratory device found average differences as high as 0.5 g/dL and noted that "arterial and venous hemoglobin values from the same individual are not interchangeable."(4)

Influence of Site of Measurement to Predict Automatically and Noninvasively Fluid Responsiveness (A477)(5), a clinical study led by Dr. Olivier Desebbe at the Hospices Civils de Lyon in Lyon, France, studied the finger, forehead, and ear as measurement sites for PVI and found that all three sites allowed discrimination between fluid responders and non-responders. Researchers measured hemodynamic data in 12 patients under general anesthesia using pulmonary artery catheter and Masimo PVI (obtained via noninvasive sensors attached to the forehead using a Masimo TF-I, ear using a Masimo TC-I, and finger using a Masimo LNOP Adt) before and after volume expansion of 500 ml of hetastarch 6%. Fluid responders were defined as patients presenting >15% increase in cardiac index (CI) following VE. Study results showed that a PVI >17% for the forehead and ear, and a PVI >13% for the finger before volume expansion "allowed discrimination between responders and non-responders with a sensitivity and specificity of 100 and 83% for the forehead, 83 and 100% for the ear, and 100 and 67% for the finger"--demonstrating that PVI is an accurate and reliable automatic noninvasive indicator of a patient's ability to respond to fluid and that clinicians should take site measurement into account when utilizing PVI to predict fluid responsivenes
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