Artinis Medical Systems has a long history in optical oximetry, in special, near infrared spectroscopy or NIRS. We work closely together with the University Medical Center Nijmegen in the Netherlands, but also with other Universities in various countries. Therefore, we know what is important to our customers and can focus on what really matters.
We offer three main products:
The Oxymon, a fast and reliable continuous wave NIRS instrument. This product is generally recognized as the most sensitive and versatile on the market.
The PortaMon, a wireless portable device with the size of a cell phone. This instrument is ideally suited for measurements on the sports field, but of course not limited to that.
The PortaLite, our latest NIRS monitor. This wireless portable instrument is based on PortaMon technology and it is ideally suited for measurements in the brain during everyday activity.
To save your valuable time, we have also developed simple to use software for data analysis, named Oxysoft, which can calculate all the variables you are interested in.
Our customers usually do not lack ideas! If you feel you have a great concept but are not able to realize it, please contact us to see how we can develop it.
Our customers usually do not lack ideas! If you feel you have a great concept, but are not able to realize it, please contact us to see how we can enable it.
Main applications of near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) are found when monitoring brain and/ or muscle tissue.
The Oxymon Mk III is a scientifically sound, user-friendly, and flexible near infrared system.
OxySoft is our dedicated software to collect, store, view and analyze all necessary NIRS data from the Oxymon and PortaMon.
The PortaLite is our wireless and portable NIRS system specifically for measurements on brain tissue.
The PortaMon is our wireless and portable NIRS system specifically for measurements on muscle tissue.
There is a vast number of publications on NIRS. Here we present some of the general literature on NIRS, on specific applications and literature utilizing the Oxymon and PortaMon.