Abstract

Clinical study on the relationship between blood pressure and brachial artery dorsalis pedis artery blood pressure intra aortic blood pressure

Author(s): Man Li1, Kun Zhang2, Rui Liu, Xiao-Chun Peng

The lower limb blood pressure measuring method.Methods : The hypertension group and non hypertension group a total of 107 patients were taken with cuff around the lower leg monitoring of blood pressure of dorsalis pedis artery, and the blood pressure, blood pressure of brachial artery and intra aortic comparative study. Results : Significantly positive correlation of two groups of dorsalis pedis artery blood pressure and brachial artery blood pressure (P<0.001), blood pressure and aortic blood pressure between two groups in the limbs, in addition to the hypertension group ankle arterial diastolic blood pressure were significantly correlated (P<0.05). The ankle systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure was higher than 10 and 5mmHg of the brachial artery; brachial systolic blood pressure below the aortic internal compression pressure 5mm Hg, diastolic blood pressure higher than the intra aortic diastolic pressure 5 ~ 6mmHg; the ankle systolic blood pressure higher than the aortic internal compression pressure 6mm Hg, diastolic blood pressure higher than the intra aortic diastolic pressure 10mmHg.Conclusion : Method for measuring the dorsalis pedis artery blood pressure is credible, but the hypertension group ankle artery diastolic pressure is poorly correlated with intra aortic diastolic.


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