A Computational Approach to 3-Dimensional Reconstruction Image of Diabetic Foot using the Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) after Magnetic Field Intensity Stimulation: Preliminary Study
Journal of Magnetics
Diabetes Mellitus (DM) or Diabetes is a disease characterized by a high sugar level in the blood. The foot is con-sidered as a distinct entity where most of the complication arises that often leads to lower extremity amputa-tion. Recently, the Pulse Magnetic Field (PMF) devices that use magnetic field intensity as stimulants are being used to improve blood circulation among patients with peripheral vascular diseases (PVD). This study pro-motes the use of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) devices in diagnosing and monitoring DM after the use of PMF devices by providing a piece of biomedical evidence through a simulation approach on how to recon-struct a 3-dimensional biological tissue shape models. The result showed that this simulation approach could be of use in the actual reconstruction of a diabetic foot showing the absorption coefficient. NIRS device and the biomedical images could be of use in places where radiographic imaging modalities are not accessible.
Cho, S., Park, J., Ortiz, M., & Jung, Y. (2021). A Computational Approach to 3-Dimensional Reconstruction Image of Diabetic Foot using the Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) after Magnetic Field Intensity Stimulation: Preliminary Study. Journal of Magnetics, 26(4), 420-426. DOI: 10.4283/JMAG.2021.26.4.420