30 August 2017 The photonic device for integrated evaluation of collateral circulation of lower extremities in patients with local hypertensive-ischemic pain syndrome
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The given paper analyzes principles of interaction and analysis of the reflected optical radiation from biotissue in the process of assessment of regional hemodynamics state in patients with local hypertensive- ischemic pain syndrome of amputation stumps of lower extremities, applying the method of photoplethysmography.
The purpose is the evaluation of Laser photoplethysmography (LPPG) diagnostic value in examination of patients with chronic ischemia of lower extremities. Photonic device is developed to determine the level of the peripheral blood circulation, which determines the basic parameters of peripheral blood circulation and saturation level. Device consists of two sensors: infrared sensor, which contains the infrared laser radiation source and photodetector, and red sensor, which contains the red radiation source and photodetector. LPPG method allows to determined pulsatility of blood flow in different areas of the foot and lower leg, the degree of compensation and conservation perspectives limb.
Surgical treatment of local hypertensive –ischemic pain syndrome of amputation stumps of lower extremities by means of semiclosed fasciotomy in combination with revasculating osteotrepanation enabled to improve considerably regional hemodynamics in the tissues of the stump and decrease pain and hypostatic disorders.
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Volodymyr S. Pavlov, Volodymyr S. Pavlov, Yurii O. Bezsmernyi, Yurii O. Bezsmernyi, Sergey M. Zlepko, Sergey M. Zlepko, Halyna V. Bezsmertna, Halyna V. Bezsmertna, } "The photonic device for integrated evaluation of collateral circulation of lower extremities in patients with local hypertensive-ischemic pain syndrome ", Proc. SPIE 10404, Infrared Sensors, Devices, and Applications VII, 1040409 (30 August 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2272324; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2272324
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