Thermal-vision monitoring of processes of heating and microcirculation of blood accompanying low-intensity laser therapeutic procedures

@inproceedings{Rogatkin2011ThermalvisionMO,
  title={Thermal-vision monitoring of processes of heating and microcirculation of blood accompanying low-intensity laser therapeutic procedures},
  author={Dmitrii Alekseevich Rogatkin and Maxim Shcherbakov and Dmitriy S. Makarov and Oleg A. Bychenkov},
  year={2011}
}
Temperature fields on the surface of skin and the parameters of the microcirculation of blood in the skin accompanying various procedures of low-intensity laser therapy have been investigated by means of an IRTIS-2000ME digital thermograph and a LAKK-M spectrophotometric diagnostic complex. It is shown that changes of the parameters of the microcirculation of the blood in the skin accompanying both surface laser procedures and intravenous laser irradiation of the blood, if they were observed… CONTINUE READING

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