Prashant Bhandare

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Primary blood constituents which may interfere with the infrared (IR) spectrophotometric measurement of glucose in plasma were identified. Blood plasma solutions were simulated by mixing glucose and the interfering constituents in their actual physiological concentrations in phosphate buffered saline (PBS). The feasibility of accurate prediction of(More)
The evaluation of blood constituents can provide a powerful clinical diagnostic tool. Improvements in technology point to continuous non-invasive measurements and optical techniques seem to be a viable approach. To assess feasibility, albumin, cholesterol, ethanol, glucose, lactic acid and urea were measured in-vitro using Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR)(More)
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