Oxymon System

0 out of 5

OxyMon

Our most advanced and versitale fNIRS system

Measure oxy-, deoxy-, and total hemoglobin concentration changes and tissue saturation index in both brain and muscle tissue.

Category:Artinis
Compare

Description

OXYMON HIGHLIGHTS

  • Stable, versatile and highly sensitive
  • Possible to measure on both brain and muscle tissue
  • Numerous configurations, from 1 to 100+ channels
  • Short separation channel possibilities
  • Fast data collection at 50 Hz as standard – up to 250 Hz possible, for any amount of channels
  • No need to screen against ambient light
  • Unlimited data storage
  • The light detector cannot be damaged by ambient light
  • Raw data (optical densities) easily accessible
  • Up to 4 wavelengths per channel

HOW IT WORKS

Near infrared spectroscopy, (NIRS), the technique on which the OxyMon is based, relies mainly on two characteristics of human tissue. Firstly, the relative transparency of tissue for light in the NIR range, and secondly on the oxygenation dependent light absorbance of hemoglobin. To learn more about NIRS please visit the theory of NIRS page.