Special Issue "Advances of Spectral Sensors in Detecting and Monitoring Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2022) | Viewed by 7763
Interests: spectral sensors; detection of disease; monitoring of treatment; real time assessment; guidance in surgery; laparoscopic surgery; reconstructive surgery; comparative diagnosis in animal and human patients; theranostics; nanostructured and nanoparticle-based sensors; light based sensors; ultrasound; sensors for food-borne diseases
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The current status of diagnostics and monitoring of diseases tends to faster, minimally invasive, and more accurate techniques, including real-time exploration in surgery and bed care monitoring. Food-borne and environment issued diseases should not be neglected. Spectral sensors build a great step in advancing knowledge and technology for enhancing wellness and personalised health-care in human and animal patients. Infrared, UV, Raman spectroscopy, to name only a few and most commonly employed effects, in combinations with nanostructures and nanoparticles, are intensely investigated and prepared to shortage the translation into clinics. Theranostics is already on its way mostly on X-ray, but light and sound can provide equally valuable results. Guidance in laparoscopic, and reconstruction surgery, is of utmost interest, as well as monitoring of stress through cortisol production.
This Special Issue addresses the topics described above, but related research is also welcome.
Dr. C. E.A. Grigorescu
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- spectral sensors
- detection of disease
- monitoring of treatment
- real time assessment
- guidance in surgery
- laparoscopic surgery
- reconstructive surgery
- comparative diagnosis in animal and human patients
- nanostructured and nanoparticle based sensors
- light based sensors