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Optoelectronic microdevices for combined phototherapy
Author(s): Vladimir P. Zharov; Yulian A. Menyaev; V. A. Hamaev; G. M. Antropov; Milton Waner
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Paper Abstract

In photomedicine in some of cases radiation delivery to local zones through optical fibers can be changed for the direct placing of tiny optical sources like semiconductor microlasers or light diodes in required zones of ears, nostrils, larynx, nasopharynx cochlea or alimentary tract. Our study accentuates the creation of optoelectronic microdevices for local phototherapy and functional imaging by using reflected light. Phototherapeutic micromodule consist of the light source, microprocessor and miniature optics with different kind of power supply: from autonomous with built-in batteries to remote supply by using pulsed magnetic field and supersmall coils. The developed prototype photomodule has size (phi) 8X16 mm and work duration with built-in battery and light diode up several hours at the average power from several tenths of mW to few mW. Preliminary clinical tests developed physiotherapeutic micrimodules in stomatology for treating the inflammation and in otolaryngology for treating tonsillitis and otitis are presented. The developed implanted electro- optical sources with typical size (phi) 4X0,8 mm and with remote supply were used for optical stimulation of photosensitive retina structure and electrostimulation of visual nerve. In this scheme the superminiature coil with 30 electrical integrated levels was used. Such devices were implanted in eyes of 175 patients with different vision problems during clinical trials in Institute of Eye's Surgery in Moscow. For functional imaging of skin layered structure LED arrays coupled photodiodes arrays were developed. The possibilities of this device for study drug diffusion and visualization small veins are discussed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 March 2000
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 3912, Micro- and Nanotechnology for Biomedical and Environmental Applications, (15 March 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.379572
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Vladimir P. Zharov, Bauman Moscow State Univ. of Technology (United States)
Yulian A. Menyaev, Bauman Moscow State Univ. of Technology (Russia)
V. A. Hamaev, Bauman Moscow State Univ. of Technology (Russia)
G. M. Antropov, Bauman Moscow State Univ. of Technology (Russia)
Milton Waner, Univ. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3912:
Micro- and Nanotechnology for Biomedical and Environmental Applications
Raymond P. Mariella, Editor(s)

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