Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement

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Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement. / Picone, Dean S.; Schultz, Martin G.; Otahal, Petr; Black, J. Andrew; Bos, Willem J.; Chen, Chen Huan; Cheng, Hao Min; Cremer, Antoine; Dwyer, Nathan; Fonseca, Ricardo; Hughes, Alun D.; Kim, Hack Lyoung; Lacy, Peter S.; Laugesen, Esben; Ohte, Nobuyuki; Omboni, Stefano; Ott, Christian; Pereira, Telmo; Pucci, Giacomo; Roberts-Thomson, Philip; Rossen, Niklas B.; Schmieder, Roland E.; Sueta, Daisuke; Takazawa, Kenji; Wang, Jiguang; Weber, Thomas; Westerhof, Berend E.; Williams, Bryan; Yamada, Hirotsugu; Yamamoto, Eiichiro; Sharman, James E.; Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium.

I: Hypertension, Bind 75, Nr. 3, 03.2020, s. 844-850.

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Picone, DS, Schultz, MG, Otahal, P, Black, JA, Bos, WJ, Chen, CH, Cheng, HM, Cremer, A, Dwyer, N, Fonseca, R, Hughes, AD, Kim, HL, Lacy, PS, Laugesen, E, Ohte, N, Omboni, S, Ott, C, Pereira, T, Pucci, G, Roberts-Thomson, P, Rossen, NB, Schmieder, RE, Sueta, D, Takazawa, K, Wang, J, Weber, T, Westerhof, BE, Williams, B, Yamada, H, Yamamoto, E, Sharman, JE & Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium 2020, 'Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement', Hypertension, bind 75, nr. 3, s. 844-850. https://doi.org/10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

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Picone, D. S., Schultz, M. G., Otahal, P., Black, J. A., Bos, W. J., Chen, C. H., Cheng, H. M., Cremer, A., Dwyer, N., Fonseca, R., Hughes, A. D., Kim, H. L., Lacy, P. S., Laugesen, E., Ohte, N., Omboni, S., Ott, C., Pereira, T., Pucci, G., ... Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium (2020). Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement. Hypertension, 75(3), 844-850. https://doi.org/10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

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Picone DS, Schultz MG, Otahal P, Black JA, Bos WJ, Chen CH, Cheng HM, Cremer A, Dwyer N, Fonseca R, Hughes AD, Kim HL, Lacy PS, Laugesen E, Ohte N, Omboni S, Ott C, Pereira T, Pucci G, Roberts-Thomson P, Rossen NB, Schmieder RE, Sueta D, Takazawa K, Wang J, Weber T, Westerhof BE, Williams B, Yamada H, Yamamoto E, Sharman JE, Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium. 2020. Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement. Hypertension. 75(3):844-850. https://doi.org/10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

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Picone DS, Schultz MG, Otahal P, Black JA, Bos WJ, Chen CH o.a. Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement. Hypertension. 2020 mar;75(3):844-850. https://doi.org/10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

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Picone, Dean S. ; Schultz, Martin G. ; Otahal, Petr ; Black, J. Andrew ; Bos, Willem J. ; Chen, Chen Huan ; Cheng, Hao Min ; Cremer, Antoine ; Dwyer, Nathan ; Fonseca, Ricardo ; Hughes, Alun D. ; Kim, Hack Lyoung ; Lacy, Peter S. ; Laugesen, Esben ; Ohte, Nobuyuki ; Omboni, Stefano ; Ott, Christian ; Pereira, Telmo ; Pucci, Giacomo ; Roberts-Thomson, Philip ; Rossen, Niklas B. ; Schmieder, Roland E. ; Sueta, Daisuke ; Takazawa, Kenji ; Wang, Jiguang ; Weber, Thomas ; Westerhof, Berend E. ; Williams, Bryan ; Yamada, Hirotsugu ; Yamamoto, Eiichiro ; Sharman, James E. ; Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium. / Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement. I: Hypertension. 2020 ; Bind 75, Nr. 3. s. 844-850.

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@article{20141fb6ac8844e78db88581a26a823f,
title = "Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement",
abstract = "Blood pressure (BP) is a leading global risk factor. Increasing age is related to changes in cardiovascular physiology that could influence cuff BP measurement, but this has never been examined systematically and was the aim of this study. Cuff BP was compared with invasive aortic BP across decades of age (from 40 to 89 years) using individual-level data from 31 studies (1674 patients undergoing coronary angiography) and 22 different cuff BP devices (19 oscillometric, 1 automated auscultation, 2 mercury sphygmomanometry) from the Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium. Subjects were aged 64±11 years, and 32% female. Cuff systolic BP overestimated invasive aortic systolic BP in those aged 40 to 49 years, but with each older decade of age, there was a progressive shift toward increasing underestimation of aortic systolic BP (P<0.0001). Conversely, cuff diastolic BP overestimated invasive aortic diastolic BP, and this progressively increased with increasing age (P<0.0001). Thus, there was a progressive increase in cuff pulse pressure underestimation of invasive aortic PP with increasing decades of age (P<0.0001). These age-related trends were observed across all categories of BP control. We conclude that cuff BP as an estimate of aortic BP was substantially influenced by increasing age, thus potentially exposing older people to greater chance for misdiagnosis of the true risk related to BP.",
keywords = "aging, cardiovascular disease, coronary angiography, risk factor, sphygmomanometers",
author = "Picone, {Dean S.} and Schultz, {Martin G.} and Petr Otahal and Black, {J. Andrew} and Bos, {Willem J.} and Chen, {Chen Huan} and Cheng, {Hao Min} and Antoine Cremer and Nathan Dwyer and Ricardo Fonseca and Hughes, {Alun D.} and Kim, {Hack Lyoung} and Lacy, {Peter S.} and Esben Laugesen and Nobuyuki Ohte and Stefano Omboni and Christian Ott and Telmo Pereira and Giacomo Pucci and Philip Roberts-Thomson and Rossen, {Niklas B.} and Schmieder, {Roland E.} and Daisuke Sueta and Kenji Takazawa and Jiguang Wang and Thomas Weber and Westerhof, {Berend E.} and Bryan Williams and Hirotsugu Yamada and Eiichiro Yamamoto and Sharman, {James E.} and {Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium}",
year = "2020",
month = mar,
doi = "10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973",
language = "English",
volume = "75",
pages = "844--850",
journal = "Hypertension",
issn = "0194-911X",
publisher = "LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS",
number = "3",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Influence of Age on Upper Arm Cuff Blood Pressure Measurement

AU - Picone, Dean S.

AU - Schultz, Martin G.

AU - Otahal, Petr

AU - Black, J. Andrew

AU - Bos, Willem J.

AU - Chen, Chen Huan

AU - Cheng, Hao Min

AU - Cremer, Antoine

AU - Dwyer, Nathan

AU - Fonseca, Ricardo

AU - Hughes, Alun D.

AU - Kim, Hack Lyoung

AU - Lacy, Peter S.

AU - Laugesen, Esben

AU - Ohte, Nobuyuki

AU - Omboni, Stefano

AU - Ott, Christian

AU - Pereira, Telmo

AU - Pucci, Giacomo

AU - Roberts-Thomson, Philip

AU - Rossen, Niklas B.

AU - Schmieder, Roland E.

AU - Sueta, Daisuke

AU - Takazawa, Kenji

AU - Wang, Jiguang

AU - Weber, Thomas

AU - Westerhof, Berend E.

AU - Williams, Bryan

AU - Yamada, Hirotsugu

AU - Yamamoto, Eiichiro

AU - Sharman, James E.

AU - Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium

PY - 2020/3

Y1 - 2020/3

N2 - Blood pressure (BP) is a leading global risk factor. Increasing age is related to changes in cardiovascular physiology that could influence cuff BP measurement, but this has never been examined systematically and was the aim of this study. Cuff BP was compared with invasive aortic BP across decades of age (from 40 to 89 years) using individual-level data from 31 studies (1674 patients undergoing coronary angiography) and 22 different cuff BP devices (19 oscillometric, 1 automated auscultation, 2 mercury sphygmomanometry) from the Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium. Subjects were aged 64±11 years, and 32% female. Cuff systolic BP overestimated invasive aortic systolic BP in those aged 40 to 49 years, but with each older decade of age, there was a progressive shift toward increasing underestimation of aortic systolic BP (P<0.0001). Conversely, cuff diastolic BP overestimated invasive aortic diastolic BP, and this progressively increased with increasing age (P<0.0001). Thus, there was a progressive increase in cuff pulse pressure underestimation of invasive aortic PP with increasing decades of age (P<0.0001). These age-related trends were observed across all categories of BP control. We conclude that cuff BP as an estimate of aortic BP was substantially influenced by increasing age, thus potentially exposing older people to greater chance for misdiagnosis of the true risk related to BP.

AB - Blood pressure (BP) is a leading global risk factor. Increasing age is related to changes in cardiovascular physiology that could influence cuff BP measurement, but this has never been examined systematically and was the aim of this study. Cuff BP was compared with invasive aortic BP across decades of age (from 40 to 89 years) using individual-level data from 31 studies (1674 patients undergoing coronary angiography) and 22 different cuff BP devices (19 oscillometric, 1 automated auscultation, 2 mercury sphygmomanometry) from the Invasive Blood Pressure Consortium. Subjects were aged 64±11 years, and 32% female. Cuff systolic BP overestimated invasive aortic systolic BP in those aged 40 to 49 years, but with each older decade of age, there was a progressive shift toward increasing underestimation of aortic systolic BP (P<0.0001). Conversely, cuff diastolic BP overestimated invasive aortic diastolic BP, and this progressively increased with increasing age (P<0.0001). Thus, there was a progressive increase in cuff pulse pressure underestimation of invasive aortic PP with increasing decades of age (P<0.0001). These age-related trends were observed across all categories of BP control. We conclude that cuff BP as an estimate of aortic BP was substantially influenced by increasing age, thus potentially exposing older people to greater chance for misdiagnosis of the true risk related to BP.

KW - aging

KW - cardiovascular disease

KW - coronary angiography

KW - risk factor

KW - sphygmomanometers

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85081145189&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

DO - 10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.119.13973

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 31983305

AN - SCOPUS:85081145189

VL - 75

SP - 844

EP - 850

JO - Hypertension

JF - Hypertension

SN - 0194-911X

IS - 3

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