Abstract

Non-invasive measurements of near-infrared absorption and scattering coefficients reveal important physiologic changes in a rabbit hemorrhagic shock model. Optical coefficient changes correlate with changes in hematocrit, venous blood gasses, peripheral vascular resistance, and hemorrhaged blood volume.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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