Monitoraggio ambulatoriale della pressione arteriosa (MAPA)
Il monitoraggio ambulatoriale della pressione arteriosa delle 24 ore (MAPA) detto anche Holter Pressorio e un test non invasivo che consente di registrare la.come come
Valutare gli effetti del monitoraggio domiciliare della pressione arteriosa sui valori pressori. I record restituiti dalla stra- tegia di ricerca sono stati analizzati in modo indipendente e quelli che rispettavano i criteri di inclusione sono stati reperiti in versione integrale. Sono state incluse nella sinossi solo revisioni sistematiche con meta-analisi di sperimentazioni cliniche controllate che comparassero il MDPA con il monitoraggio ambulatoriale MAPA o ospedaliero MOPA della pressione arteriosa. Cinque revisioni sistematiche hanno rispettato i criteri di inclusione. Efficacia, monitoraggio domiciliare della pressione arteriosa, sinossi. The records retrieved were analysed independently and those which met the inclusion criteria were gathered as full text. In the synopsis were included only systematic reviews with meta-analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials comparing home blood pressure monitoring with ambulatory ABPM or hospital HsBPM blood pressure monitoring.
Spedizione gratuita. EUR 9,00 0 offerte. ABPM50 is a handhold ambulatory blood pressure monitor, which is designed according to oscillography theory. The device could monitor human body blood pressure up to 24 hours continuously and dynamically, providing accurate basis for the diagnosis. It is applicable for using in hospital, clinic and other medical institutions. Product features: 1 Compact and portable, user-friend interface, easy to use 2 Patient range: adult, pediatric, neonate 3 24 hours ambulatory NIBP monitoring function, up to groups of ambulatory NIBP data can be recorded for once.
Management of antihypertensive treatment by general practitioners is usually based on office measurements, which may not allow an assessment of BP control over 24 h, which requires ambulatory BP monitoring ABPM to be implemented. This is rarely done in general practice, and limited information is available on the consistency between the evaluations of the response to treatment provided by office measurement and by ABPM in this setting. METHODS: Seventy-eight general practices, representative of all Italian regions, participated in this study by recruiting sequential hypertensive adults on stabilized treatment, who were subdivided into even groups with office BP, respectively, controlled or noncontrolled by treatment. In each individual, ABPM was applied by the general practitioner after appropriate training, and h ABP values were defined as controlled or not according to current guidelines. Positive and negative predictive values of office measurement versus ABPM were estimated. This emphasizes the need for the larger use of out-of-office BP monitoring in a general practice setting, in particular, in patients considered as 'controlled' during consultation.
Metodi di misurazione della pressione arteriosa