Adding an Additional Absorber to the Zenascope PC1
A customer approached Zenalux with the need to measure a drug concentration in tissue, along with hemoglobin concentration, hemoglobin saturation and scattering. Requirements included high-speed, in vivo analysis in order to monitor drug delivery in real time.
The Zenascope™ Quantitative Optical Spectrometer uses standard spectroscopic measurement hardware, proprietary software and patented algorithms to achieve rapid, quantitative and nondestructive analysis of biological tissue characteristics. In its standard configuration, the Zenascope is set up to measure hemoglobin, blood saturation and scattering in real time. More importantly, however, the Zenascope can easily be custom configured to measure other biomarkers that absorb light in the visible (white light) spectrum. In this case, the target drug had an excellent absorption cross section and the goal was to demonstrate the ability to measure the drug at very low (i.e., clinically relevant) concentrations.
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