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3 November 2000 Influence of low-intensity laser radiation on degree of oxygenation and speed microcirculation of blood
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The paper investigated in vivo the influence of low-intensity laser radiation (he-Ne laser with wavelength 0,63 nm) on the mean velocity of their movement. It is known that characteristic of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are microcirculation disturbances and disorder in rheological properties of blood. Therefore these investigations were carried out on cardiac ischemia patients. The blood perfusion valve and the mean velocity were measured by the method of photon correlation spectroscopy with the use of fiber optic cables. As the radiation source, a semiconductor laser with wavelength 780 nm (0,8 mW) was used. It has been found that, between the erythrocytes and the mean velocity of their movement there is an inverse dependence on the time of irradiation of patients.
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Alexander N. Korolevich, Natali S. Dubina, and Sergei I. Vecherinski "Influence of low-intensity laser radiation on degree of oxygenation and speed microcirculation of blood", Proc. SPIE 4159, Effects of Low-Power Light on Biological Systems V, (3 November 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.405912
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