2 edition of Optical diagnostics and sensing X found in the catalog.
Optical diagnostics and sensing X
Gerard Laurence CotГ©
Includes bibliographical references and author index.
|Other titles||Optical diagnostics and sensing 10, Optical diagnostics and sensing ten|
|Statement||Gerard L. Coté, editor ; sponsored and published by SPIE|
|Series||Progress in biomedical optics and imaging -- vol. 11, no. 25, Proceedings of SPIE -- v. 7572, Progress in biomedical optics and imaging -- vol. 11, no. 25., Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 7572.|
|LC Classifications||RB52 .O66 2010, QC371 .S67 v. 7572|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2012360373|
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Optical Diagnostics and Sensing of Biological Fluids and Glucose and Cholesterol Monitoring (Proceedings of Spie)Authors: Gerard L. Cote, Alexander V.
Priezzhev. Author(s), "Title of Paper," in Optical Diagnostics and Sensing VII, edited by Gerard L. Coté, Alexander V. Priezzhev, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. The focus of this conference will be on invasive and noninvasive optical methods for the diagnostics and sensing of all types of biological fluids: blood, lymph, saliva, mucus, gastric juice, urine, aqueous humor, semen, etc.
both in vitro and in vivo with, for example, point-of-care microfluidic technologies, mobile technology platforms such as cell phones and tablets, and/or. Elastography of Tissues with Optical Coherence Tomography / 42 Conclusions / 43 References / 44 Preface. This handbook describes some aspects of laser-cell and laser-tissue interactions, which are basic for biomedical diagnostics, and presents many optical and laser diagnostic technologies prospective for clinical applications.
In recent years, several types of optical sensors have been probed for their aptitude in healthcare biosensing, making their applications in biomedical diagnostics a rapidly evolving subject.
Optical sensors show versatility amongst different receptor types and even permit the integration of different detection mechanisms.
Such conjugated sensing platforms facilitate the exploitation. Oblique-incidence spatially resolved diffuse reflectance spectroscopic diagnosis of skin cancer. In Optical Diagnostics and Sensing X: Toward Point-of-Care Diagnostics [L] (Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE; Vol.
).Cited by: 3. In this paper, we provide a brief overview of fiber optic biosensors for use in MedTech, specifically to aid in the diagnoses and treatment of those with chronic medical conditions.
Fiber optic cables as components of biological sensors make them especially effective in biological systems that may require ultra-sensitive detection of low-frequency signals in hard to reach by: 3. Optical diagnostics is a sole proprietor company of Gerard de Wit, PhD.
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[Gerard Laurence Coté. In optical waveguide, there are many high contrast modes which can be used for light transmission, sensing, and imaging. The disadvantages include: the optical transducers need to be transparent at the wavelength of the sensor, often need labels, interferences, and in terms of fluorescent imaging, the decay of the fluorophores also causes.
Optical Sensors for Biomedical Diagnostics and Environmental Monitoring is an essential resource for students, established researchers, and industry developers in need of a.
This book is a compilation of works presenting recent developments and practical applications in optical sensor technology. It contains 10 chapters that encompass contributions from various individuals and research groups working in the area of optical sensing.
It provides the reader with a broad overview and sampling of the innovative research on optical sensors in the by: 2. Vision Engineering personnel are experts at designing, building and fielding advanced optical imaging and sensing systems which can also be used for test and evaluation purposes.
This includes: UV through LWIR imagers, laser imagers, parametric sensors, LIDARS and LADARS. Introduction. Fiber optic sensors (FOSs) are finding increasing applications in modern medical technologies and the late s, during which the first generation of probes for in vivo pressure detection was commercialized, a strong research effort has been addressed toward developing a new generation of FOSs that are substantially improved over Cited by: 4.
Detailed information is given on how to measure and characterize imaging systems, perform optical bench measurements to determine first- and third-order properties of optical systems, set up and operate a Fizeau interferometer and evaluate fringe data, conduct beam diagnostics (such as wavefront sensing), and perform radiometric calibrations.
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Applied Optics Laboratory.;].Techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS), x-ray computed tomography (X-ray CT), and ultrasound make it possible to “see through the human body.” At the same time, there is clearly a need for the development of diagnostic techniques that use our current knowledge of the cellular and subcellular bases of by: 3.