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- Reduction in peripheral tissue oxygenation and increased carbon dioxide is an indicator of reduced central blood volume in the presence of stable vital signs.
- Oxyphor-based micro-sensors were designed:
- The sensor’s in vitro measurement response time is less than one minute, readings are stable for greater than 16 hours with less than 2% change, and has a signal to noise ratio of ~40, which declines over 16 hours to ~20.
- In vivo experiments in peripheral leg muscle of pigs: