This article presents the results of the study of the pressure applied on optical diagnostic probes as a significant factor affecting the results of measurements. During stepwise increasing and decreasing of local pressure on skin we conducted measurements using the methods of laser Doppler flowmetry and fluorescence spectroscopy. It was found out that pressure on optical probe has sufficient impact on skin microcirculation to affect registered fluorescence intensity. Data obtained in this study are of interest for design and development of diagnostic technologies for wearable devices. This data will also inform further investigation into issues of compensation of blood absorption influence on fluorescence spectrum, allowing increased accuracy and reproducibility of measurements by fluorescence spectroscopy methods in optical diagnosis.
|Journal||Proceedings of SPIE - International Society for Optical Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Mar 2017|
|Event||4th International Symposium on Optics and Biophotonics, SFM 2016 - Saratov, Russian Federation|
Duration: 27 Sept 2016 → 30 Sept 2016
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- Blood microcirculation
- Fluorescence spectroscopy
- Laser Doppler flowmetry
- Local pressure
- Non-invasive diagnostics
- Wearable technology