Comparison of USCOM Cardiac Output and Continuous Thermodilution Cardiac Output

This study has been completed.
Sponsor:
Information provided by:
Beijing Chao Yang Hospital
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:
NCT00804778
First received: December 5, 2008
Last updated: December 8, 2008
Last verified: December 2008

December 5, 2008
December 8, 2008
March 2006
July 2006   (final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
All 18 post-CABG coronary artery disease patients receiving treatment in the SCCU of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from March to July 2006 [ Time Frame: The period of monitoring time after CABG was 0.5-6hrs. ] [ Designated as safety issue: Yes ]
Same as current
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All 18 post-CABG coronary artery disease patients receiving treatment in the SCCU of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from March to July 2006 [ Time Frame: The period of monitoring time after CABG was 0.5-6hrs. ] [ Designated as safety issue: Yes ]
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Comparison of USCOM Cardiac Output and Continuous Thermodilution Cardiac Output
Comparison of USCOM Cardiac Output and Continuous Thermodilution Cardiac Output in Patients With Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

It's reported that USCOM can be used to measured patients' CO and CI conveniently, accurately and not confined to place, because of it's no aggressive, it's accuracy is doubtful.

18 post-CABG coronary artery disease patients receiving treatment in the SCCU of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from March to July 2006, male (10) and female (8), with average age of 61.71士10.07 years. Aortic regurgitation or stenosis was ruled out by preoperational color ultrasonic imaging, endocardiac shunt did not exist and there was no heart valve replacement in all the patients. For all the patients after operation, pericardial cavity or left thorax close drainage, small tidal volume (6-8ml/kg) capacity controlled ventilation of breathing machine, appropriate pressure support (10-15cmH2O) and appropriate positive end-expiratory pressure were applied. Intra-aortic balloon pumping (IABP) was not used. Institutional ethics approval was obtained for the conduct of the trial.

All the patients received CABG under general anesthesia and non-extracorporeal circulation. Swan-Ganz CCO catheter (mbo 744HF75, USA) was set through right internal jugular vein or right subcalvian vein. The catheters were connected with VIGILANCE monitor after patients went back SCCU and the position of the catheters was adjusted. The bodyweight, height, instant heart rate, central venous pressure, invasive average aortic pressure and pulmonary wedge pressure of the patients were inputted into VIGILANCE monitor. VIGILANCE monitor automatically and intermittently displayed and saved the results of CO, CI, SVR, PVR and other hemodynamic parameters. VIGILANCE determined the hemodynamic parameters every 40-55seconds based on the signal noise ratio.

The period of USCOM monitoring time after CABG was 0.5-6hrs. Lowered the bed head and had the patients in horizontal position during the monitoring. Monitoring area was AV area. Turned on USCOM, selected AV mode, inputted the sex, height, bodyweight and birth date of the patients. Applied ultra transmission gel on the probe to let the probe contact the skin closely and let the probe point to the gluteal region nearly. USCOM screen automatically displayed the lateral border of the Doppler blood flow curve scanned with flow monitor and speaker displayed the acoustic signal of blood stream. The position, depth and direction of the probe were adjusted based on the figure signals and acoustic signals acquired with USCOM probe. Adjusted the sound volume, wave gain or contrast or turned the patient head gently. It indicated that the sound wave emitted by the probe had passed through aortic valve orifice or the root of aorta and the direction of sound beam paralleled to the blood flow through the aorta valve orifice when USCOM screen displayed maximum Doppler blood velocity wave and speaker displayed sharp and strong blood acoustic signals. The results were frozen and saved . Optimal measuring site, depth the probe was depressed down and direction of the probe were marked for the next measurement. Continuous 3-5 Doppler flow curves and the CO and CI measured on them were taken each time. The flow curves of one respiratory circle were taken for atrial fibrillation patients. For round probe, plane diameter was 1.5cm and frequency was 3.3MHz. The probe was disinfected with Iodophors each time before and after the measurement. The data of patient height, bodyweight and age, and operation duration was acquired from anesthesia note. CO time intervals measured with the two methods were about 2min. There was at least 30min interval between each pair of CO. Three to four pairs of CO and CI data were taken for each patient.

Observational
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Probability Sample

18 post-CABG coronary artery disease patients receiving treatment in the SCCU of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from March to July 2006, male (10) and female (8), with average age of 61.71士10.07 years.For all the patients after operation, pericardial cavity or left thorax close drainage, small tidal volume (6-8ml/kg) capacity controlled ventilation of breathing machine, appropriate pressure support (10-15cmH2O) and appropriate positive end-expiratory pressure were applied. Institutional ethics approval was obtained for the conduct of the trial.

Coronary Artery Disease
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  • CABG,general anesthesia
    their CO and CI was measured with USCOM and Swan-ganz cco respectively.
  • group 1
    co measured with swan-ganz cco combined with vigilance

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Completed
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July 2006
July 2006   (final data collection date for primary outcome measure)

Inclusion Criteria:

  • All 18 post-CABG coronary artery disease patients receiving treatment in the SCCU of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from March to July 2006, male (10) and female (8), with average age of 61.71士10.07 years.

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Aortic regurgitation or stenosis was ruled out by preoperational color ultrasonic imaging, endocardiac shunt did not exist and there was no heart valve replacement in all the patients.
  • Intra-aortic balloon pumping (IABP) was not used.
Both
42 Years to 78 Years
No
Contact information is only displayed when the study is recruiting subjects
China
 
NCT00804778
chumingyidoc@sohu.com, lcscyyy@sohu.com
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department of emergency,beijing chaoyang hospital, society of emergency medicine of C.M.A
Beijing Chao Yang Hospital
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Principal Investigator: chunsheng li, professor society of emergency medicine of C.M.A
Beijing Chao Yang Hospital
December 2008

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