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Lev T Perelman, Vadim Backman, Michael S Feld, George Zonios, Irving Itzkan, Ramasamy Manoharan: Measuring tissue morphology. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, July 18, 2000: US06091984 (172 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to systems and methods for measuring one or more physical characteristics of material such as tissue using optical radiation. The system can use light that is scattered by a tissue layer to determine, for example, the size of nuclei in the tissue layer to aid in the cha ...


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George Zonios, Vijay K Iyer, Uday S Shankar: Adaptive calibration for pulse oximetry. RIC Investments, Michael W Haas, January 4, 2005: US06839580 (130 worldwide citation)

A method for calibrating a pulse oximeter device and an apparatus incorporating the method and a system for utilizing the method. The method is based on modeling light propagation in tissue at two wavelengths, typically, one in the red and one in the infrared range of the spectrum. A formula is deri ...


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Lev T Perelman, Vadim Backman, Michael S Feld, George Zonios, Irving Itzkan, Ramasamy Manoharan: Method for measuring tissue morphology. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, July 26, 2005: US06922583 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to systems and methods for measuring one or more physical characteristics of material such as tissue using optical radiation. The system can use light that is scattered by a tissue layer to determine, for example, the size of nuclei in the tissue layer to aid in the cha ...


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George Zonios, Vijay K Iyer, Uday S Shankar: Adaptive calibration for pulse oximetry. Michael W Haas Intellectual Property Counsel, Respironics, June 19, 2003: US20030114738-A1

A method for calibrating a pulse oximeter device and an apparatus incorporating the method and a system for utilizing the method. The method is based on modeling light propagation in tissue at two wavelengths, typically, one in the red and one in the infrared range of the spectrum. A formula is deri ...


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