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NIRS System
NIRS System
Near infrared spectroscopy, (NIRS), the technique on which the system is based, relies mainly on two characteristics of human tissue. Firstly, the relative transparency of tissue for light in the NIR range, and secondly on the oxygenation dependent light absorbance of hemoglobin. The system monitors a subject’s local tissue oxygenation non-invasively by utilising the technique of near infrared spectroscopy. We offer a wide range of fibers, holders and fit-for-purpose solutions to support you as best as possible and to adapt each system to your specific needs.
PortaMon
Measures oxy-, deoxy- and total hemoglobin in muscle tissue.
The PortaMon offers the same possibilities that the larger NIRS devices give you. Next to the standard concentration changes of oxy-, deoxy- and total hemoglobin, this device also provides a value of tissue saturation: the percentage of oxygenated hemoglobin. The PortaMon uses a Bluetooth connection, which even enables you to record online while the subject is, eg. running on a track. For larger distances the PortaMon can also store its data internally, ready to be downloading afterwards. A third possibility is to store data in our purpose-build Android app. 





Brite23

Our latest 23-channel fNIRS device.

Subjects are able to perform physical activities like walking, running and climbing while the device is connected with bluetooth (up to 30 meters) to the laptop. For offline measurements you can store up to 200 hours of data.
The Brite also perfectly complements with our other portable NIRS devices e.g. for measures muscle oxygenation. This makes it the most suited fNIRS device for athletes on the market. The soft neoprene headcap and the portability of the system makes monitoring the brain oxygenation status of elderly, children and vulnerable patients especially safe and easy.
Main applications can be found in: brain oxygenation monitoring, sports science, functional studies, cerebral studies and hyperscanning. 

 


 

 

OctaMon

The Octamon research package makes monitoring oxygenation easy and accessible. 

Hyperscanning (monitoring multiple subjects at the same time) is also possible with the OctaMon, while our software provides you to combine different NIRS devices within one data stream. The subjects are able to perform physical activities like walking or running, while the device is connected with bluetooth (up to 100 meters) to the laptop.



The OctaMon is ideally suited to investigate cognitive functions, especially during dual tasking (for example combined with driving or walking). The prefrontal brain regions is in particular studied in working memory or attention tasks, but is also of particular interest for studying neuropathological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease or ADHD. This is because of its strong interconnection with deeper brain regions, such as the Basal Ganglia. The headband covers a large area of the brain so it could also be used for detecting epileptic seizures. 

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