Abstract

This paper describes a spectrometer system for carrying out intraoperation studies by the methods of fluorescence and reflection spectroscopy, including two specialized devices: for dynamic fixation of a fiber-optic probe on a functioning heart and automatic rinsing of blood from its surface. An example is given of using the system in fluorescence studies of experimental ischemia of the rat myocardium under in vivo conditions.

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