Near infrared spectroscopy

Monitoring tissue blood oxygen saturation in the internal jugular venous area using near infrared spectroscopy

Z. S. Ruan, Li, T., Ren, R. R., Zhao, Y., Li, K., Mao, Y. F., Shen, G., and Jiang, L., Monitoring tissue blood oxygen saturation in the internal jugular venous area using near infrared spectroscopy, vol. 14, pp. 2920-2928, 2015.

Central venous blood oxygen saturation (ScvO2) is an important monitoring index of fluid resuscitation. However, monitoring of ScvO2 is not continuous and invasive. Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is an optical technology for the noninvasive detection of hemodynamic changes, with advantages of being real-time, continuous, low-cost, and portable.

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