2 edition of Optical fibers in the biomedical field found in the catalog.
Optical fibers in the biomedical field
by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering in Bellingham, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||Didier Boucher, chairman/editor, cosponsored by SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering, SFLM (Société française du laser médical), organized by Fibres Optiques Industries.|
|Series||Proceedings / SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 405, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 405|
|LC Classifications||R857L37 O35 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
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Optical fibers can deliver light from bulky light sources to remote locations, such as internal organs that are accessible noninvasively through natural openings or minimally invasively through : Rongguang Liang.
Intended primarily for senior undergraduates and graduates studying fiber-optic communications, the book is also suitable as a professional resource for researchers working in the field of fiber-optic communications.
Reviews “The detailed, worked examples and first-principles derivations of key results are helpful pedagogical features. This handbook aims to be a comprehensive and up-to-date reference tool for students, scientists, engineers and industrial practitioners who are working in an area of the optical fiber field.
The book includes five sections that cover the following subtopics as follows. Gang-Ding Peng received his degree in physics from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, inand the degree in applied physics and Ph.D. in electronic engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, in andthrough he was a lecturer at Jiao Tong University.
He was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Optical Sciences Centre. The optical fibers are making new inroads into the biomedical applications. Absorption spectroscopy can be performed in situ.
In situ studies are conducted for several applications-glucose and. The optical fibers are making new inroads into the biomedical applications. Absorption spectroscopy can be performed in situ.
In situ studies are conducted for several applications—glucose and other blood analyte analysis, and NO and CO 2 measurements in breath and molecular tissue mapping. Physical: Optical fibers guarantee a miniature footprint and cabling size and a lightweight structure, with the thickness of each sensing element less than μm.
The small size is essential for biomedical applications, in which minimizing invasiveness and alteration of tissues is a key requirement. •Cited by: 4. Keywords: Optical fibers, optical sensors, pharmaceuticals, total internal reflection Fiber optics, though used meticulously in the modern world, is a quite simple and old technology.
The principle of light guidance by refraction phenomenon, was first established by Colladon and Babinet in Paris in the early s, as a base for fiber optics[ 1 ].
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Fundamentals of Optical Fibers, Second Edition offers readers a timely and consistent introduction to the fundamental principles of light propagation in fibers. In it, the author reviews, in depth, fundamental wave guiding concepts, the influence of various fiber structures and materials on light transmission, nonlinear light propagation Cited by: a bundle of precisely aligned flexible optical fibers is used some for use as an image guide and the other as a light guide additionally, ancillary channels may be present for the passage of air, water, as well as remote control implements such as biopsy forceps or cytology brushes.
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The increasing use of fiber optics in the field of medicine has created a need for an interdisciplinary perspective of the technology and methods for physicians as well as engineers and biophysicists. This book presents a comprehensive examination of lasers and optical fibers in Cited by: Field flatteners Optical Design Determine the system specifications Select a starting design Optimization Establish variables, constraints, and merit functions Optimization and evaluation References Optical Fibers in Biomedical Imaging Introduction Fundamentals of Optical Fibers.
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This book is an up-to-date treatment of optical fiber fusion splicing incorporating all the recent innovations in the field.
It provides a toolbox of general strategies and specific techniques that the reader can apply when optimizing fusion splices between novel fibers. It specifically addresses. Optical fiber sensors, as a result of their unique properties (small dimensions, capability of multiplexing, chemical inertness, and immunity to electromagnetic fields) have found wide applications, ranging from structural health monitoring to biomedical and point-of-care instrumentation.
Recent advances in the development of low-loss optical fibers have revolutionized the field of telecommunications, and fiber-based networks form a key part of international communications systems.
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The book bridges the gap between the basic theoretical principles of classical optics and the practical application of optics in the commercial : Stephen Rolt.Given their EM immunity, intrinsic safety, small size & weight, autoclave compatibility and capability to perform multi-point and multi-parameter sensing remotely, optical fibers and fiberoptic-based sensors are seeing increased acceptance and new uses for a variety of bio-medical applications—from laser delivery systems, to disposable body temperature sensors, to intra-aortic catheter probes.
Multi-core fibers (MCFs) have sparked a new paradigm in optical communications, as they can significantly increase the Shannon capacity of optical networks based on single-core fibers. In addition, MCFs constitute a useful platform for testing different physical phenomena, such as quantum or relativistic effects, as well as to develop interesting applications in various fields, such as Cited by: 1.