Luminescence ratiometric oxygen imaging (LROI) in microvascular anastomosed fibular and radial forearm flaps.

@article{Meier2013LuminescenceRO,
  title={Luminescence ratiometric oxygen imaging (LROI) in microvascular anastomosed fibular and radial forearm flaps.},
  author={J K Meier and Lukas Prantl and Sebastian Geis and Steffen Mueller and Maja MSc. Hullmann and Gunter Liebsch and Martin Gosau},
  journal={Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation},
  year={2013},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={
          169-82
        }
}
BACKGROUND In a preliminary trial, we were able to show first promising results in the analysis of perioperative and postoperative perfusion of free flaps by means of a new monitoring system for detecting thrombotic vessel occlusion before clinical signs become evident. OBJECTIVE We investigated whether flap monitoring by measuring perfusion-dependent parameters differs between radial forearm and fibular free flaps and whether a threshold value requiring anastomosis revision could be… CONTINUE READING

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