• Noninvasive monitoring of hemodynamic stress using quantitative near-infrared frequency-domain photon migration spectroscopy
    with T. H. Pham, R. Hornung, H. P. Ha, T. Burney, D. Serna, M. Brenner, and B. J. Tromberg
    Hemorrhagic hypovolemia and inotropic agent administration were used to manipulate cardiac output and oxygen delivery in rabbits to investigate the correlation between noninvasive frequency domain photon migration spectroscopy and invasive hemodynamic monitoring parameters. Frequency-domain photon migration provides quantitative measurements of light absorption and reduced scattering in tissue. Wavelength dependent μa values were used to calculate in vivo tissue concentration of deoxyhemoglobin …Read more