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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2331

Medical Sensors II and Fiber Optic Sensors
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2331
Date Published: 10 February 1995
Softcover: 22 papers (228) pages
ISBN: 9780819416643

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Sensing pads for hybrid and monolithic integrated optical immunosensors
Author(s): Rino E. Kunz; Gert L. Duveneck; Markus Ehrat
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Fiber optic biosensors for hydrogen peroxide and L-lactate
Author(s): Florian Schubert; Herbert H. Rinneberg; Fang Wang
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Rapid one-step assay for prostate specific antigen in whole blood using an optical immunoassay technology
Author(s): Grenville Robinson; Timothy Bacarese-Hamilton; Paul M. O'Neill; Janys E. Fletcher; Phelim B. Daniels; Christopher G. Stafford
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Surface plasmon resonance response of a polymer-coated biochemical sensor
Author(s): Marie-Claude Millot; Thierry Vals; Francoise Martin; Bernard Sebille; Yves Levy
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Sensing a heart infarction marker with surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy
Author(s): Ulrich Kunz; Andreas Katerkamp; Reinhard Renneberg; Friedrich Spener; Karl Cammann
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Ultrathin antibody networks for detection of antigens
Author(s): Andreas Hartmann; Daniel Bock; Michael Martin; Stefan Seeger
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Optical fiber sensors in foregut functional diseases
Author(s): Francesco Baldini; Paolo Bechi; Susanna Bracci
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Three wavelength optical oxymetry including the measurement of carboxyhemoglobin concentration
Author(s): Christian Pieralli; Robert Devillers; Gilbert M. Tribillon; Jean-Claude Barthelemy; Andre Geyssant
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Time variable photoplethysmographic signal: its dependence on light wavelength and sample volume
Author(s): Haekan Ugnell; P. Ake Oberg
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Evaluation of a new fiber-optic sensor for respiratory rate measurements
Author(s): P. Ake Oberg; Hans Pettersson; Lars-Goeran Lindberg; Magnus Vegfors
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Solid State optical potassium sensor using a potential-sensitive dye
Author(s): Otto S. Wolfbeis; Barna Kovacs; Huarui He
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Optical fiber sensor for the detection of laser-generated ultrasound in arterial tissues
Author(s): Paul C. Beard; Timothy N. Mills
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Single fiber, laser Doppler flowmetry (LDF) for detecting muscle microcirculation in the low leg and its technique improvement
Author(s): Hongming Cai; P. Ake Oberg; Hakan Rohman; Sven-Erik Larsson
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Investigation of occult choroidal neovascularization at low-light level: clinical results
Author(s): Giuseppe Longobardi; Claudio Ciamberlini; Vittorio Guarnieri; Pasquale Poggi; G. Panzardi; M. C. Donati; F. Faraldi
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Novel fiber optic dental pulp vitalometer
Author(s): Matti Makiniemi; Harri K. Kopola; Kyosti Oikarinen; Esko Herrala
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Instrument for measuring human biting force
Author(s): Harri K. Kopola; Olavi Mantyla; Matti Makiniemi; Kalevi Mahonen; Kauko Virtanen
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Fiber optic based multisensor to brain neurons in awake animals
Author(s): Zheng Shen; Shuzhi Lin
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Multicomponent analysis of human blood using fiber optic evanescent wave spectroscopy
Author(s): Ronit Simhi; David Bunimovich; Ben-Ami Sela; Abraham Katzir
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Detection of small trace molecules in human and animal exhalation by tunable diode lasers for applications in biochemistry and medical diagnostics
Author(s): Eugene V. Stepanov; Andrian I. Kouznetsov; Pavel V. Zyrianov; Vladimir A. Skrupskii; Yurii A. Shulagin; Marina E. Galagan
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Zirconium fluoride glass fiber radiometer for low-temperature measurement
Author(s): A. El Khoniss; Serge R. Mordon; Guy Dhelin; Bruno Buys; Jean Claude Lesage
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PulCar: an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) for an optoelectronic sensor
Author(s): Marie Covas; Jean-Noel Contensou; Thierry M. Bosch
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Low-level luminescence as a method of detecting the UV influence on biological systems
Author(s): Wei-Ping Mei; Fritz Albert Popp
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