31 October 2016 Wavelength selection based on two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy: application to noninvasive hemoglobin measurement by dynamic spectrum
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Dynamic spectrum (DS) method is one of the noninvasive approaches to measure the concentration of components in human blood based on the application of photoplethysmogram (PPG). One of the targets of the DS method is to predict the hemoglobin concentration in human blood noninvasively. In previous works, the usually used wavelength in the spectrum is 600-1100 nm which is regarded as the analysis “window” in human tissues. Optimum wavelengths for measurements of hemoglobin concentration have not been investigated yet. In order to improve the precision and reliability of hemoglobin measurements, a method for wavelength selection based on two-dimension (2D) correlation spectroscopy has been studied in this paper. By analyzing the 2D correlation spectroscopy which is generated by the DS data from subject with different blood hemoglobin concentrations, the wavelength bands which are sensible to hemoglobin concentrations in DS can be found. We developed calibration models between the DS data and hemoglobin concentration based on data from 57 subjects. The correlation coefficient is 0.68 in the test set of the model using the whole wavelength band (600-1100nm), while in the test set of the model using the selected wavelength band (850- 950nm) the correlation coefficient is 0.87. Results show the feasibility of wavelength selection utilizing 2Dcorrelation spectroscopy.
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Shengzhao Zhang, Linna Zhang, Zhe Li, Gang Li, Ling Lin, "Wavelength selection based on two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy: application to noninvasive hemoglobin measurement by dynamic spectrum", Proc. SPIE 10024, Optics in Health Care and Biomedical Optics VII, 100241R (31 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2244831; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2244831
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