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New Non-invasive Optical Imaging Approach for Monitoring Brain Health Could Improve Outcomes for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

December 2, 2022


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5-15 mins
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A team of researchers led by Prof. Mohammed N. Islam has developed a new cost-effective, portable, noninvasive means of simultaneously monitoring cerebral, tissue, and organ metabolism and hemodynamics. The tool is a noninvasive Super-Continuum Infrared Spectroscopy of Cytochrome C-Oxidase (SCISCCO) system. SCISCCO will be beneficial in the early detection of brain injury or neuronal dysfunction. This tool can also continually monitor brain health to aid therapies and treatments for injury.

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