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Opt Express. 2007 Oct 17;15(21):13715-30.

Quantitative measurement of muscle oxygen saturation without influence from skin and fat using continuous-wave near infrared spectroscopy.

Abstract

A method to non-invasively and quantitatively measure muscle oxygen saturation (SmO(2)) using broadband continuous-wave diffuse reflectance near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is presented. The method obtained SmO(2) by first correcting NIR spectra for absorption and scattering of skin pigment and fat, then fitting to a Taylor expansion attenuation model. A non-linear least squares optimization algorithm with set boundary constraints on the fitting parameters was used to fit the model to the acquired spectra. A data preprocessing/optimization scheme for accurately determining the initial values needed for the optimization was also employed. The method was evaluated on simulated muscle spectra with 4 different scattering properties, as well as on in vivo forearm spectra from 5 healthy volunteer subjects during arterial occlusion. Measurement repeatability was assessed on 24 healthy volunteers with 5 repeated measurements, each separated by at least 48 hours.

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