publication . Doctoral thesis . 2006

Comparison of optical coherence tomography, the pulsed photoacoustic technique, and the time-of-flight technique in glucose measurements in vitro

Kinnunen, M. (Matti);
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  • Published: 08 Aug 2006
  • Publisher: University of Oulu
  • Country: Finland
Abstract
Abstract The development of a non-invasive glucose monitoring technique is very important because it would tremendously diminish the need to puncture the skin when taking blood samples and help diabetic patients in controlling their blood glucose levels and in treating Diabetes Mellitus. The focus of this thesis is on measuring the effect of glucose on the light scattering properties of a tissue-simulating phantom and biological tissues in vitro. Optical coherence tomography (OCT), the pulsed photoacoustic (PA) technique, and the time-of-flight (TOF) technique are used in the measurements and their capabilities for detecting changes in the scattering properties ...
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: sense organs
free text keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, glucose measurements, light scattering, optical coherence tomography, photoacoustic measurement, time-of-flight
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