Our multispectral camera for biomedical research has 4 bands of spectral discrimination. The first band (735 nm) is sensitive to deoxyhemoglobin (deoxygenated blood). The second band (800 nm) is sensitive to total hemoglobin (total blood). The third band (865 nm) is sensitive to oxyhemoglobin (oxygenated blood). The fourth band (930 nm) is sensitive to lipid. With these four images a number of analysis can be performed including oxygen saturation and total hemoglobin which are important for monitoring tissue health. Note: the multispectral camera for biomedical research is to be used for investigational purposes only.
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