Hemodynamic Responses During Induction: Comparison of Marsh and Schnider Pharmacokinetic Models (TCI)
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|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01759160|
Recruitment Status : Completed
First Posted : January 3, 2013
Results First Posted : March 22, 2013
Last Update Posted : March 29, 2013
|Condition or disease||Intervention/treatment|
|Healthy||Procedure: Marsh Plasma TCI with high initial target Procedure: Schnider Plasma TCI with high initial target|
Current systems of propofol TCI are pre-programmed with the Marsh and Schnider pharmacokinetic models. Rate constants of Marsh are fixed, whereas compartment volumes and clearances are weight proportional. Schnider model has fixed values for VC, V3, k13, and k31, adjusts V2, k12, and k21 for age, and adjusts k10 according to total weight, lean body mass (LBM), and height. One major beneﬁt of the Schnider model is that it adjusts doses and infusion rates according to patient age. This provides a strong argument for using the Schnider model in the elderly and unwell patients which may improve hemodynamic stability and safety.
However for the vast majority of young and middle age patients, whether Marsh or Schnider would be a better choice for hemodynamic stability remains unknown.
With marsh model, as VC is scaled to body weight, the amount of drug delivered is dependent of body weight. In the Schnider model, as VC at 4.27L is independent of body weight, VC in terms of ml/kg decreases as body weight increases. This and the influence of height and weight on clearance results in heavier patients receiving less propofol on a mg/kg basis whereas those with a lower lean body mass will initially receive about 30% less than delivered by Marsh, but after 30 min, the Schnider model delivers about 15% more. Besides, when Schnider model is used in the morbidly obese, the LBM equation can generate paradoxical values resulting in excessive increases in maintenance infusion rates. Nevertheless, the purpose of this study was to investigate the vast majority of Asian patients whose body weight were in normal range. Only patients with BMI between 18 and 29 were included to minimize the influential factor of body weight in TCI system.
To compare the hemodynamic changes during anesthesia induction between Marsh and Schnider plasma TCI models. We put forward a hypothesis that, if one TCI model is associated with much more prominent vasodilation effect or cardiac depression, a more sharp decrease in mean arterial pressure, systemic vascular resistance , central venous return or stroke volume would be observed.
|Study Type :||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
|Actual Enrollment :||60 participants|
|Intervention Model:||Parallel Assignment|
|Official Title:||Hemodynamic Responses During Induction: Comparison of Marsh and Schnider Pharmacokinetic Models in Propofol Plasma Target-controlled Infusion|
|Study Start Date :||December 2012|
|Primary Completion Date :||January 2013|
|Study Completion Date :||January 2013|
Active Comparator: Marsh
Marsh Plasma TCI with high initial target
Procedure: Marsh Plasma TCI with high initial target
plasma target-controlled infusion in Marsh model(n=30) with an initial target concentration of 4 μg/ml. Target was then reset and gradually titrated to a sedation level with narcotrend index below 64.
Other Name: Plasma target-controlled infusion in Marsh model
Active Comparator: Schnider
Schnider Plasma TCI with high initial target
Procedure: Schnider Plasma TCI with high initial target
plasma target-controlled infusion in Schnider model(n=30) with an initial target concentration of 4 μg/ml. Target was then reset and gradually titrated to a sedation level with narcotrend index below 64.
Other Name: Plasma target-controlled infusion in Schnider model
- SVI (Stroke Volume Index) Value Change From Baseline Level at the End of the First 25 Minutes. [ Time Frame: The end of the first 25 minutes after propofol infusion ]After propofol infusion started, according to sedation level, TCI targets were gradually titrated to reach a state of equilibrium at the end of the first 25 minutes. SVI were continuously monitored, at the end of the first 25 minutes, value change from baseline level were calculated.
- NI (Narcotrend Index) Reduction [ Time Frame: 25 minutes after propofol infusion ]Narcotrend was utilized to continuously record patients' sedation level during induction, provided as a criteria for Cpt (Plasma Target Concentration) adjustment.
- CVP (Central Venous Pressure) [ Time Frame: 25 minutes after induction ]CVP was continuously monitored to assess preload condition and served to calculate SVRI (systemic vascular resistance index) every minute during the first 25 minutes of infusion.
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|The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University|
|Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, 510080|
|Principal Investigator:||Xia Feng, M.D.||The First Affiliaed Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University|