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The Safety Of Ambulatory Intra-arterial Pressure Monitoring: A Clinical Audit Of 1000 Studies.

S. Mann, R. Jones, M. Millar-Craig, C. Wood, B. Gould, E. Raftery
Published 1984 · Medicine

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Between 1973 and 1981 1000 successful studies involving ambulatory monitoring of intra-arterial blood pressure were performed using percutaneous cannulation of the brachial artery. We have reviewed the clinical effects of these studies and 35 other cases where attempted cannulation was unsuccessful. One major complication occurred, when an infected haematoma arising at the cannulation site led to the formation of a false aneurysm. In only one other case was distal pulsation diminished following the study. There were 157 reported "minor" complications in 122 studies, including haematoma, haemorrhage, transient paraesthesiae in median nerve territory, and evidence of micro-emboli. A limited study using pulsed wave Doppler ultrasound revealed no significant alteration in arterial lumen size or flow in 20 subjects. The procedure was therefore associated with a much smaller incidence of clinical problems than has been reported with other investigations involving cannulation of the brachial artery.
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