In vivo characterization of ischemic small intestine using bioimpedance measurements.

  title={In vivo characterization of ischemic small intestine using bioimpedance measurements.},
  author={Runar James Strand-Amundsen and Christian Tronstad and H{\aa}vard Kalv\oy and Yngvar Gundersen and Claus Danckert Krohn and Ansgar Oddne Aasen and Lars Holhjem and Henrik Mikael Reims and \Orjan Gr\ottem Martinsen and Jan Olav H\ogetveit and Tom Erik Ruud and Tor Inge T\onnessen},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  volume={37 2},
The standard clinical method for the assessment of viability in ischemic small intestine is still visual inspection and palpation. This method is non-specific and unreliable, and requires a high level of clinical experience. Consequently, viable tissue might be removed, or irreversibly damaged tissue might be left in the body, which may both slow down patient recovery. Impedance spectroscopy has been used to measure changes in electrical parameters during ischemia in various tissues. The… CONTINUE READING
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