Abstract

A strong correlation exists between probe pressure and diffuse correlation spectroscopy(DCS) pulsatility index(PI) on the forearm (R = 0.66, p < 0.001), but not on the forehead (R = −10.11, p = 0.4) which suggests DCS PI can measure trends in internal pressure in brain and skeletal muscle.

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