New paper out on the effects of blood transfusion in the brain

Check out our latest paper in Frontiers of Neurology. In this work, we used NIRS and DCS to monitor the effects of blood transfusion on the brain in children with sickle cell disease. The results demonstrate how diffuse optical spectroscopies may be a promising bedside tool for real-time monitoring and for goal-directed therapy aimed at reducing stroke risk in sickle cell disease. Congrats to lead authors Rowan Brothers and Paul Lee!

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