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Title

Laparoscopic photoplethysmography: Novel least invasive technique and initial experimental studies

Other TitlesFotopletismografía laparoscópica: Nueva técnica mínimamente invasiva y estudios experimentales iniciales
AuthorsLópez Silva, Sonnia María ; Dotor, María Luisa ; Silveira, Juan Pedro ; Giannetti, R.; Herrera, L.
Issue Date2009
PublisherSociedad Española de Óptica
CitationOptica Pura y Aplicada 42: 257-267 (2009)
AbstractIn the endoscopic procedures there is not possible to use the sense of touch for the detection of weak palpitations as in open surgery, neither to directly evaluate the oxygenation and perfusion of intra-corporeal organs and tissues. Here, we present the initial results after the application of laparoscopic photoplethysmography, a novel technique developed by our group, which allows obtaining specific clinical parameters and overcome the cited drawbacks. From the photoplethysmograpic signals of different wavelengths recorded in intra-abdominal organs and territories of animal models, their pulse values and oxygenation related quotients have been derived. © Sociedad Española de Óptica.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/52372
Identifiersissn: 0030-3917
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