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Muscle tissue saturation in humans studied with two non-invasive optical techniques; a comparative study

Shaharin, Alfi ; Krite Svanberg, Emilie LU ; Ellerstrom, Ida ; Subash, Arman LU ; Khoptyar, Dmitry LU ; Andersson-Engels, Stefan LU and Åkeson, Jonas LU (2013) 1st International Conference on Biophotonics-Riga 9032. p.90320-90320
Abstract
Muscle tissue saturation (StO(2)) has been measured with two non-invasive optical techniques and the results were compared. One of the techniques is widely used in the hospitals - the CW-NIRS technique. The other is the photon time-of-flight spectrometer (pTOFS) developed in the Group of Biophotonics, Lund University, Sweden. The wavelengths used in both the techniques are 730 nm and 810 nm. A campaign was arranged to perform measurements on 21 (17 were taken for comparison) healthy adult volunteers (8 women and 13 men). Oxygen saturations were measured at the right lower arm of each volunteer. To observe the effects of different provocations on the oxygen saturation a blood pressure cuff was attached in the upper right arm. For CW-NIRS,... (More)
Muscle tissue saturation (StO(2)) has been measured with two non-invasive optical techniques and the results were compared. One of the techniques is widely used in the hospitals - the CW-NIRS technique. The other is the photon time-of-flight spectrometer (pTOFS) developed in the Group of Biophotonics, Lund University, Sweden. The wavelengths used in both the techniques are 730 nm and 810 nm. A campaign was arranged to perform measurements on 21 (17 were taken for comparison) healthy adult volunteers (8 women and 13 men). Oxygen saturations were measured at the right lower arm of each volunteer. To observe the effects of different provocations on the oxygen saturation a blood pressure cuff was attached in the upper right arm. For CW-NIRS, the tissue saturation values were in the range from 70-90%, while for pTOFS the values were in the range from 55-60%. (Less)
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Photon time-of-flight spectrometer, pTOFS, Tissue Saturation, StO(2), CW-NIRS
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Biophotonics—Riga 2013 (Proceedings of SPIE)
volume
9032
pages
90320 - 90320
publisher
SPIE
conference name
1st International Conference on Biophotonics-Riga
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Riga, Latvia
conference dates
2013-08-26 - 2013-08-31
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  • wos:000328606800020
  • scopus:84891338002
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1996-756X
0277-786X
DOI
10.1117/12.2044799
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English
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  abstract     = {Muscle tissue saturation (StO(2)) has been measured with two non-invasive optical techniques and the results were compared. One of the techniques is widely used in the hospitals - the CW-NIRS technique. The other is the photon time-of-flight spectrometer (pTOFS) developed in the Group of Biophotonics, Lund University, Sweden. The wavelengths used in both the techniques are 730 nm and 810 nm. A campaign was arranged to perform measurements on 21 (17 were taken for comparison) healthy adult volunteers (8 women and 13 men). Oxygen saturations were measured at the right lower arm of each volunteer. To observe the effects of different provocations on the oxygen saturation a blood pressure cuff was attached in the upper right arm. For CW-NIRS, the tissue saturation values were in the range from 70-90%, while for pTOFS the values were in the range from 55-60%.},
  author       = {Shaharin, Alfi and Krite Svanberg, Emilie and Ellerstrom, Ida and Subash, Arman and Khoptyar, Dmitry and Andersson-Engels, Stefan and Åkeson, Jonas},
  booktitle    = {Biophotonics—Riga 2013 (Proceedings of SPIE)},
  issn         = {1996-756X},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {90320--90320},
  publisher    = {SPIE},
  title        = {Muscle tissue saturation in humans studied with two non-invasive optical techniques; a comparative study},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2044799},
  doi          = {10.1117/12.2044799},
  volume       = {9032},
  year         = {2013},
}