NIRS Publication Traumatic Brain Injury TBI NIRx

Friday, 19 de June de 2020
NIRS Publication Traumatic Brain Injury TBI NIRx

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

fNIRS offers a practical, portable, and relatively inexpensive alternative to assess correlates of brain oxygenation. Moreover, it allows to coregister other neurophysiological and behavioral data in a “near natural” environment. Because of this, the technique is promising for the field of clinical neurology, and indeed fNIRS has been used to detect changes in cerebral hemodynamics after severe TBI.

I. Helmich, A. Berger, and H. Lausberg, “Neural Control of Posture in Individuals with Persisting Postconcussion Symptoms,” Med Sci Sports Exerc, Jul. 2016.

I. Helmich, R. S. Saluja, H. Lausberg, M. Kempe, P. Furley, A. Berger, J.-K. Chen, and A. Ptito, “Persistent Postconcussive Symptoms Are Accompanied by Decreased Functional Brain Oxygenation,” J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 287–298, 2015.


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