Synchronous tracking of oxygen saturation in vital organs: The effects beyond heart failure
This is a recording of a LIVE webinar presented by Dr. Pierre Sicard, PhD, Research Engineer at IPAM/INSERM in Montpellier, France on June 10th, 2021.
Topics discussed in this webinar:
- Photoacoustic is able to detect and track hypoxia in the LV anterior wall after myocardial infarction
- Experimental myocardial infarction induced an early and transient decrease of sO2 in the brain, kidney, and liver
- sO2 level in vital organs was significantly correlated with LV dysfunction and circulating biomarkers (creatinine, ASAT, and ALAT)
- Non-invasive PAI enabled a robust and time-dependent sO2 mapping in peripheral organs and the brain after MI
- Q&A Session