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Table 3 Manual phase: Comparison between triple-lumen 6Fr PICC vs. CICC

From: Are single-lumen 5Fr and triple-lumen 6Fr PICCs suitable for hemodynamic assessment by trans-pulmonary thermodilution? A pilot study

Variables 6 Fr triple-lumen PICC CICC p value Bias [LoA] Bias,  % Error,  %
Measurements, n 40 40
CI, L/min/m2 3.3 (0.8) 3.0 (0.7) 0.107 0.28 [− 0.32; 0.88] 8.5 19
GEDVI, mL/m2 685 (133) 632 (102) 0.05 52.8 [− 75.7; 181] 7.4 19.5
EVLWI, mL/kg 14.0 (5.1) 12.2 (4.9) 0.178 1.5 [− 2.2; 5.2] 12.8 28.2
SVI, mL/m2 44.4 (10.4) 40.6 (8.5) 0.077 3.8 [− 4.2; 1.8] 8.5 18.8
CVP, mmHg 11.3 (4.8) 11.7 (5.5) 0.764
ΔT,  °C 0.33 (0.07) 0.34 (0.08) 0.514 − 0.01 [− 0.06; 0.03] 12.9
  1. Data are reported as mean (standard deviation)
  2. CI: cardiac index; CICC: centrally inserted central catheter; CVP: central venous pressure; EVLWI: extra-vascular lung water index; GEDVI: global end-diastolic volume index; LoA: limits of agreement; PICC: peripherally inserted central catheter; SVI: stroke volume index; ΔT: delta temperature
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