Abstract

Parameters of blood microcirculation are revealed when obtaining in-vivo useful information by combined use of the video-capillaroscopy, imaging photoplethysmography, and electrocardiography. Different time delays were found between signal pulsations evaluated by various techniques allowing development of new blood circulation diagnostic methods.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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