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Table 4 Studies with aortic PWV [18]

From: Doppler ultrasound in the measurement of pulse wave velocity: agreement with the Complior method

First author, year Population (size) Device used
Anderson, 2009 [20] Non-diabetic population (n = 174) Doppler flow
Blacher, 1999 [21] ESRD (n = 241) Doppler flow
Boutouyrie, 2002 [22] Hypertension (n = 1,045) Mechanotransducer (Complior)
Choi, 2007 [23] Chest pain patients (n = 497) Angiography (right Judkins catheter)
Cruickshank, 2002 [10] Diabetes (n = 394) Doppler flow
Laurent, 2001 [24] Hypertension (n = 1,980) Mechanotransducer (Complior)
Mattace-Raso, 2006 [25] Community-based adults (n = 2,835) Mechanotransducer (Complior)
Meaume, 2001 [26] >70 years (n = 141) Mechanotransducer (Complior)
Mitchell, 2010 [27] General population (n = 2,232) Arterial tonometry
Pannier, 2005 [28] ESRD (n = 305) Mechanotransducer (Complior)
Shoji, 2001 [29] ESRD (n = 265) PWV meter (PWV -200)
Shokawa, 2005 [30] Ethnic minority (n = 492) Mechanotransducer (MCG400)
Sutton-Tyrrell, 2005 [11] Old adults (n = 2,488) Doppler flow
Terai, 2008 [31] Hypertension (n = 676) Mechanotransducer (FCP-473)
Wang, 2010 [32] General population (n = 1,272) Arterial tonometry
Willum-Hansen, 2006 [33] General population (n = 1,678) Piezoelectric transducers (Hellige GmbH)
Zoungas, 2007 [34] ESRD (n = 207) Mechanotransducer (Millar Mikro-tip)