May 1, 2019
May 1, 2019
Caretaker vs. Blood Pressure Monitoring With Invasive Arterial Pressure Monitoring in Patients With Septic Shock
The aim of this study is to compare blood pressure obtained using routine blood pressure sphygmomanometer, in patients with invasive arterial pressure monitoring that have septic shock, to a non-invasive device that continuously monitors central blood pressure (CareTaker).
Comparing blood pressure obtained using routine blood pressure sphygmomanometer to a non-invasive device that continuously monitors central blood pressure (CareTaker).
Application of Caretaker device to subjects that have septic shock and that have an invasive arterial pressure monitor placed.
- Admitted with septic shock, with or without vasopressor support needed.
- Greater than or equal to 18 years of age.
- Have an arterial catheter already in place.
- No arterial catheter in place.
- Contraindication to the application of the Caretaker device due to pre-existing finger
- Patients in whom use of a BP cuff is contraindicated.
Contact: Irwin Gratz, MD 856-342-2000 email@example.com
United States, New Jersey
Cooper University Hospital
The Cooper Health System
Principal Investigator: Irwin Gratz, MD The Cooper Health System