Advanced Optical Technologies for Defense Trauma and Critical Care
Technical Report,15 Nov 2013,31 Dec 2016
University of California, Irvine Irvine United States
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Work under this center grant consisted of 7 projects directed toward the development and translation of biomedical photonics technologies to address Joint Force Health Protection JFHP capability gaps for combat trauma and critical care that have been identified by the Secretary as requiring medical R and D. These efforts include Diffuse Optical Spectroscopy DOSI detection for hemorrhagic shock, cytochrome c oxidase, and dehydration Optical Coherence Tomography OCT for evaluation of airway injury Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging SDFI and Laser Speckle Imaging LSI for imaging of burns, wounds and reconstructive surgery a continuous, real time, minimally invasive LactatepCO2pO2patient sensor Multiphoton Microscopy MPM for imaging wound biofilms, and the development of innovative technologies for the study of the response of nervous system cells to injury.
- Biomedical Instrumentation and Bioengineering