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Diffuse optical monitoring service

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    "The DocNeuro II and Imagent systems utilize non-ionizing, non-invasive optical techniques to monitor cerebral hemodynamics and metabolism: • Diffuse Optical and Correlation Spectroscopies (DOS and DCS) utilize low-power near-infrared light to non-invasively probe cerebral tissue metabolism through continuous and rapid measurement of blood flow, oxygenation, and saturation. • CTRC Core staff assist in study planning and advise on experimental feasibility. • CTRC Core staff customize instrument control software to meet the goals of each individual research project. • A limited set of patient interfaces are available for use by investigators; Core staff will advise on purchase of specialized interfaces for individual research projects. • CTRC Core staff work bedside to collect measurements and assess data quality in conjunction with an investigator or team member trained by core staff. • Costs of services are variable depending on the study design, complexity, and other factors. Approximate cost for a project requiring one hour of testing is $150 which includes technician time and equipment maintenance. Routine data analysis will be charged separately @ $30 per hour. Customized data analysis, instrument control customization, and consulting will be charged @ $75 per hour."
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    Imagent functional brain imaging system
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  7. Related Technique
    Optical tomography
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