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Figure 3(a): Bland Altman analysis of agreement between the continuous noninvasive arterial pressure device (CNAP™) and invasive arterial pressure (IAP) measurement of mean arterial pressure (MAP). The difference (IAP - CNAP™) is plotted against the mean (CNAP™/2 + IAP/2) for each parameter. The mean difference is 0.03944 mmHg and limits of agreement from −5.95 to 6.03. Figure 3(b): Mountain plot analysis between IAP and CNAP™ for MAP. Values from −4.0000 to 4.0000. Median = 0.0000, i.e. mountain being centered over zero (unbiased), with no large tails. Percentiles: 2.5th = −4.0000 97.5th = 3.7500 5th = −4.0000 95th = 3.0000

Figure 3(a): Bland Altman analysis of agreement between the continuous noninvasive arterial pressure device (CNAP™) and invasive arterial pressure (IAP) measurement of mean arterial pressure (MAP). The difference (IAP - CNAP™) is plotted against the mean (CNAP™/2 + IAP/2) for each parameter. The mean difference is 0.03944 mmHg and limits of agreement from −5.95 to 6.03.
Figure 3(b): Mountain plot analysis between IAP and CNAP™ for MAP. Values from −4.0000 to 4.0000. Median = 0.0000, i.e. mountain being centered over zero (unbiased), with no large tails. Percentiles: 2.5th = −4.0000 97.5th = 3.7500 5th = −4.0000 95th = 3.0000