Compact Spectrometers Enhance Capability for Blood Analysis

Oct 25, 2023
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Compact spectrometers are enabling real-time, non-invasive measurements of various biomarkers such as oxygen, hemoglobin, bilirubin, carbon dioxide and pH, in both traditional clinical settings and portable applications. This presentation addresses the latest advances in spectroscopy applications within blood analysis, which include both point-of-care and in-home measurements.

Olsen discusses how spectroscopy can be leveraged to capture the molecular fingerprint of blood gases such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. She also covers the various types of spectroscopy techniques used in blood analysis, including visible, IR, and Raman spectroscopy, and what information each of these methods can extract. Finally, Olsen explores the latest research on the use of spectroscopy in blood gas analysis and its potential applications.

*** This presentation premiered during the 2023 BioPhotonics Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences and summits, visit

About the presenter

Heidi OlsonHeidi Olson is a senior business development manager for Ibsen Photonics. Since her early days of laser research as an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse, to her graduate work in micro and nanofabrication at the University of Central Florida, CREOL, she has been actively involved in creatively pushing the boundaries for current photonics technologies. She has numerous publications and a patent related to her work.

In her current role at Ibsen Photonics, Olsen works closely with instrument manufacturers to find a spectral analysis tool to meet and exceed each customer’s expectations. With projects ranging from CO-oximetry to chromatography and SD-OCT to fiber sensing, she has extensive spectroscopy knowledge that she can draw from.
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