Highlighted Publication February 2022
This month, we chose three highlighted publications with use of our NIRS and fNIRS devices.
- In this study, fNIRS was used for the first time cortical hemodynamic response to favorite music using a frequency domain approach was measured with application of the OxyMon. Increase in Low-Frequency Oscillations in fNIRS as Cerebral Response to Auditory Stimulation with Familiar Music. Bicciato G, Keller E, Wolf M, Brandi G, and Schulthess S, Friedl SG, Willms JF, Narula G (2022).
- Both aging and cardiovascular diseases are associated with reduced muscle oxygen saturation during exercise recovery. This study examined the influence of both factors on muscle re-oxygenation during exercise recovery by using the PortaMon. The influence of cardiovascular risk factors on near-infrared spectroscopy-derived muscle oxygen saturation during exercise recovery in older adults. De Oliveira GV, Volino-Souza M, Barros-Santos E, Conte-Junior CA, Alvares TS (2022).
- In this study, effects of repeated sprint training in hypoxia on muscle oxygenation, aerobic performance and repeated sprint ability in Rugby players were investigated with use of the PortaMon. Repeated sprint training under hypoxia improves aerobic performance and repeated sprint ability by enhancing muscle deoxygenation and markers of angiogenesis in rugby sevens. Pramkratok W, Songsupap T, Yimlamai T (2022).