Non invasive monitoring of blood flow using ultrasound modulated diffused light
Monitoring Tissue Blood Flow is vital during states of decreased or increased flow. However, there are currently no non-invasive devices that measure microcirculatory blood flow in tissue continuously. This talk will present a novel device that uses Ultrasound Modulation of Diffused Light to perform non-invasive monitoring of blood flow at the microcirculatory level underneath its sensor.
We demonstrate the ability of Ornim's device ( the CerOx) to monitor tissue blood flow in various situations. The ability to monitor critical processes such as autoregulation in the brain and its clinical importance are shown.
תאריך עדכון אחרון : 25/11/2012