Remote And Non-Invassive Blood Flow Monitoring System For Assessing Vascular Functions-State Of The Art
Abstract - Blood flow measurements have become an indispensible technique to study vascular function in vivo. Laser
Doppler Flowmetry (LDF) and video imaging are the two non-invasive methods to estimate the blood perfusion in the
microcirculation level and has taken an emerging and more and more preponderant place in clinical and research
applications. They have become crucial to develop tools for diagnosis and follows-up of many physiological and
pathophysiological cases and to provide both qualitative and quantitative information on vascular function. This project is
designed to assess the vascular function in relation to the blood flow perfusion using Laser Doppler flowmetry and video
imaging technique. This also extracts heart beat pulse from the live streaming of human face.