Two spatially resolved oximeters, NIRO-300 and OM-200, were compared with regard to the measurement of oxygen saturation values in two forearm muscle groups at rest and during arterial occlusion in nine healthy volunteers. There was a significant correlation between the muscle oxygen saturation values obtained at rest using the two oximeters (n = 33, r2 = 0.43, P < 0.0001), whereas these values were significantly different during arterial occlusion. Thus, although there was good agreement between muscle oxygen saturation values measured using the two oximeters, the operating range of the tissue oximeters should be recognized and indicated.
Comparison of two spatially resolved near-infrared photometers in the detection of tissue oxygen saturation: poor reliability at very low oxygen saturation
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Takashi KOMIYAMA, Valentina QUARESIMA, Hiroshi SHIGEMATSU, Marco FERRARI; Comparison of two spatially resolved near-infrared photometers in the detection of tissue oxygen saturation: poor reliability at very low oxygen saturation. Clin Sci (Lond) 1 December 2001; 101 (6): 715–718. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/cs1010715
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