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Blood Oxygen Saturation Measurements using Photoacoustic Z-scan Technique

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Blood oxygen saturation (sO2) estimation is important in medicine. Nonlinear absorption coefficient (β) of various sO2 level blood samples were measured using photoacoustic Z-scan technique. Results depict linear dependency between β and sO2.

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