Technologies for assessment of circulatory failure | Knut Kvernebo

A talk by Knut Kvernebo from TBS23

Intro

A talk by Knut Kvernebo at The Big Sick 2023 conference. Kindly shared with permission.
See the TBS23 landing page for the programme and full set of talks.

Synopsis

The non-invasive ODIN concept (oxygen delivery index) uses in vivo Computer Assisted Microscopy (CAM) and Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy (DRS) to collect frames, films and spectra from tissue volumes of ≈0.1mm3 in the skin or conjunctiva of the eye. Proprietary algorithms are used to quantify Functional capillary density (FCD), capillary flow velocities (CFV) and microvascular oxygen saturation (SmvO2). The results give a non-invasive measure of tissue oxygen availability and of microvascular function. Examples of proof-of-concept studies will be given.

VIDEO

Until we have final edits ready the video below is straight from the livestream. Expect a few audio issues and other glitches here and there.

SLIDES

Speaker

Title/work

Prof em Institute Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo + CMO ODI Medical AS

Bio

Professor Knut Kvernebo is a certified vascular and cardio-thoracic surgeon. He is a professor of cardio-thoracic surgery at the University of Oslo since 25 years. His main research interests are microvascular hemodynamics and clinical microcirculation (>100 scientific papers; 10 international book chapters; supervised 15 PhD projects). He is also the founder and CMO of ODI medical AS (a company developing technologies for bedside microvascular examinations). He has ongoing research collaborations with Massachusetts General Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, NYU Langone, Flinders University, Australia, as well as the University College of London.

Links

Email: [email protected]

COI declared

KK is founder, shareholder and CMO of ODI Medical AS

References / Further reading

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