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fNIR Imager and COBI Studio Manual

Version:

6.5

Description:

Cognitive Optical Brain Imaging Studio

fNIR Imager & COBI Studio Manual to utilize, visualize, and analyze near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) measures

The fNIR imager is a noninvasive oxygenation and blood volume trend imager. The fNIR imager is designed to allow you to image relative oxygen consumption as well as changes in blood volume. This manual will enable you to become familiar with fNIR imager operation, the technology of the unit, and the COBI Studio software you will use in operation and data analysis.

 

Make sure you are running the latest COBI software to control the fNIR Imager: click for COBI update details.

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