Abstract

The development and validation of hybrid near-infared spectroscopy and diffuse correlation/wave spectroscopy for non-invasive measurement of cerebral blood oxygenation, blood flow and metabolism at the bed-Side in cerebrovascular disorders is described in adult and pediatric populations.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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