An evaluation of the T-Line Tensymeter continuous noninvasive blood pressure device during induced hypotension.

@article{Szmuk2008AnEO,
  title={An evaluation of the T-Line Tensymeter continuous noninvasive blood pressure device during induced hypotension.},
  author={Peter Szmuk and Evan G. Pivalizza and Robert D Warters and Tiberiu Ezri and Ralf Erich Gebhard},
  journal={Anaesthesia},
  year={2008},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={307-12}
}
A new continuous noninvasive blood pressure measurement device, the T-Line Tensymeter TL100 (Tensys Medical Inc., San Diego, CA, USA) which enables avoidance of arterial cannulation has been developed. We compared the values obtained using the T-Line values to simultaneous arterial line measurements in patients undergoing general anaesthesia with induced hypotension. Twenty-five patients, aged 18-70 years, were studied. The T-Line and arterial line were positioned on the contralateral wrists… CONTINUE READING

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