Transcutaneous oxygen (tcpO2) measurement in the management of chronic limb threatening ischemia

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Transcutaneous oxygen (tcpO2) measurement in the management of chronic limb threatening ischemia

An increasing number of patients around the globe suffer from chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI) also known as Chronic Limb Ischemia (CLI), which is the end-stage of peripheral artery disease (PAD) [1]. CLTI is associated with high mortality, delayed wound healing, major limb amputation, pain, and diminished quality of life [1].

CLTI is more common in diabetics, people with cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia, smokers and males, and the incidence increases with age [1].

CLTI leads to a substantial economic burden due to surgery and the costs of rehabilitation, medicine, nursing homes, and internal medicine [2]

Diagnosis of CLTI in current guidelines

The Global Vascular Guidelines recommend ankle pressure (AP) and ankle-brachial index (ABI) as the first line screening for CLTI [1]. Transcutaneous oximetry is recommended as an alternative method for diagnosis [1].

The Society of Vascular Surgery (SVS) has created a risk stratification system that is based on three major factors that impact amputation risk and clinical management: wound, ischemia, and foot infection (WIfI) (Table 1) [3]. The WIfI classification recommends tcpO2 or toe pressure (TP) over ABI in diabetics and the elderly [4].

Table 1. WIfI classification


Diagnosis of CLTI in diabetic patients

In patients with calcified vessels the AP and ABI can be falsely elevated due to incompressible vessels, which can lead to an overestimation of the AP and ABI [3]. This is common in diabetics, where 30 to 40% of patients are estimated to have calcified vessels [3]. In these instances, transcutaneous oximetry (tcpO2) might be preferable to AP and ABI [4]. A recent systematic review by the International Working Group of the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) of 15 studies published between 1980 and 2018, covering 6800 patients suffering from diabetes and foot ulcerations, showed that low ABI, AP, TP and transcutaneous oximetry (tcpO2) was useful to predict the likelihood of amputation [5].

However, ABI values were not useful to predict the likelihood of wound healing – an ABI can present normal values due to calcified vessels. Here the authors conclude that using tcpO2, toe pressure or skin perfusion pressure (SPP) is recommendable [5]. Hence IWGDF has three important recommendations in relation to patients with PAD, CLTI, and/or diabetic foot (Table 2) [4].

  • Perform at least one of the following bedside tests in a patient with a diabetic foot ulcer and peripheral artery disease, any of which increases the pre-test probability of healing by at least 25%; a skin perfusion pressure ≥40 mmHg, a toe pressure ≥30 mmHg; or a transcutaneous oxygen pressure (tcpO2) ≥25 mmHg.

  • Use the WIfI (wound/ischemia/foot infection) classification system to stratify amputation risk and revascularisation benefit in a patient with a diabetic foot ulcer and peripheral artery disease.

  • Always consider urgent vascular imaging, and revascularisation, in a patient with a diabetic foot ulcer and an ankle pressure<50 mmHg, ABI<0.5, a toe pressure <30 mmHg or a tcpO2<25 mmHg.

Table 2. Recommendations from IWGDF

tcpO2 and relation to clinical outcomes in CLTI

A meta-analysis by Arsenault and colleagues, including 31 studies with over 1800 patients, showed that values of transcutaneous oxygen predicted risk of healing complications and amputation. A value of transcutaneous oxygen of less than 40 mmHg resulted in a 24% increased risk of healing complication, and this risk increased with lower tcpO2 values [6].

Two studies published study by Fagher and colleagues showed that tcpO2 is an independent prognostic marker for 1-year mortality in diabetes patients with foot ulcers and that patients with abnormal ABI and tcpO2 < 30 mmHg had more than twice as high 3-year mortality compared to patients with normal ABI and tcpO2 [7, 8].

A cohort study by Salaun et al, of patients hospitalised for peripheral arterial disease, enrolled 556 patients with CLTI [9]. Major amputation rate was compared according to initial ankle pressure (AP), systolic toe pressure (STP), and forefoot tcpO2. AP failed to identify 42% of patients with CLTI. The authors conclude that systolic toe pressure <30 mmHg or tcpO2 <10 mmHg are the best predictive thresholds for major amputation, and that AP should not be used in the definition of a patient with CLTI [9].

Other applications of tcpO2

Pardo and colleagues compared tcpO2 to ABI in patients undergoing peripheral transluminal angioplasty (PTA) to treat CLTI before, during and after the procedure [10]. ABI could not be determined in 15% of patients, whereas it was possible to measure tcpO2 in all patients.

It was also possible to measure tcpO2 perioperatively - during the procedure - and the tcpO2 values shoved variations during the procedure that corresponded with revascularisation.

After the procedure, tcpO2 increased steadily over the course of 8 weeks, even if the ABI did not change, suggesting “the usefulness of determining tcpO2 after PTA as a valuation technique of revascularisation achieved after the radiological procedure”.

A small study by Cuen-Ojeda et al., showed that tcpO2 was significantly lower in patients with severe post-thrombotic syndrome compared to non-severe post-thrombotic syndrome and healthy controls, and suggest that tcpO2 might be useful in determining wound healing potential for this condition [11].

Xue and colleagues showed that transcutaneous oxygen and carbon dioxide (tcpCO2) differed significantly between patients at high and low risk for pressure ulcers, and that change in tcpCO2 and tcpO2 from lateral to supine position was higher in high-risk compared to low-risk patients [12]. The authors hypothesise that tcpO2 and tcpCO2 can be used as an objective scientific measurement to evaluate the risk of pressure ulcers.


The incidence of CLTI is increasing around the world and is associated with substantial morbidity, mortality, and health care costs. Transcutaneous monitoring of oxygen (tcpCO2) provides non-invasive monitoring of the oxygen tension of the skin and hence the microvascular function. tcpCO2 is correlated to wound healing prognosis and long-term morbidity in CLTI and diabetic wounds and has potential applications within several areas of wound care and wound prevention.


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