Non-Invasive Near-Infrared Measurements of Human Arm Tissues in Vivo
Near-infrared spectroscopy has been used for the measurement of tissue oxygenation in animals (Jobsis, 1977; Gianni et al., 1982; Kariman and Burkhart, 1985). To extend this technique for clinical use, we have tried to measure the haemoglobin oxygenation state in human muscle tissues under various conditions.
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