Спектроскопия в околоинфракрасном диапазоне (fNIRS) как гибридная система: обзор
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Научный журнал Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологииThe scientific journal Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology
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Спектроскопия в околоинфракрасном диапазоне (fNIRS) как гибридная система: обзор

Самандари А.М.  

УДК 617.57.77
DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2024.44.1.005

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Сенсорные устройства и технологии биомедицинской визуализации, используемые в сценариях клинического применения, необходимы для получения полной картины состояния пациентов, но эти технологии, несмотря на их выдающиеся преимущества, не лишены недостатков. Исходя из принципа взаимодополняемости методов медицинской визуализации, в этом обзоре освещается функциональная технология ближней инфракрасной спектроскопии (fNIRS) и ее использование в качестве гибридной системы. fNIRS технология достигла впечатляющих результатов с точки зрения точности классификации биологических сигналов, но ее использование в качестве гибридной системы с электроэнцефалографией (ЭЭГ) и электромиографией (ЭМГ) позволило достичь более высоких результатов, поскольку она стала дополнительным инструментом для восполнения дефицита другой технологии, и это подчеркивалось в рамках настоящего обзора. Полученные в ходе исследования результаты показали, что превосходство в классификации точности биологических сигналов, обеспечиваемых гибридными системами от fNIRS с ЭЭГ, ЭМГ, обеспечило бы всестороннюю и объективную оценку состояния пациентов от стадии заболевания до выздоровления. В научных исследованиях предыдущих четырех лет (2020–2023 гг.) нет указаний на то, какая из гибридных систем лучше других при использовании в клинической практике, и это побуждает к дальнейшим углубленным исследованиям для проверки комбинации методов, чтобы доказать их успешность и предпочтение.

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Самандари Али Мирдан

Email: aliofphysics777ali@gmail.com

Белгородский государственный университет

Белгород, Российская Федерация

Ключевые слова: HBCIs, fNIRS, ФМРТ, ЭЭГ, ЭМГ, МЭГ

Для цитирования: Самандари А.М. Спектроскопия в околоинфракрасном диапазоне (fNIRS) как гибридная система: обзор. Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологии. 2024;12(1). Доступно по: https://moitvivt.ru/ru/journal/pdf?id=1459 DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2024.44.1.005 (на англ.)

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