Application of laboratory set-up for characterization of thermal properties of optical tissue phantoms during laser irradiation is presented. The produced system utilizes a thermographic camera VIGOcam v50 and a dermatological laser system with a 975 nm diode laser module. The set-up was used to perform measurements of the temporal and spatial temperature distribution on the surface of the phantom. The VIGOcam v50 thermal imaging camera allows for the measurement of temperature changes with a resolution of 70 mK. The study has demonstrated that this laboratory set-up can be successfully used for the measurement of the changes in phantom surface temperature over time as a result of illumination by dermatological laser. It also allows visualizing the dynamics of the cooling process of the phantom.
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- DOI ID 10.34808/4c18-6125 open in new tab
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- Gdańsk University of Technology
- IR thermography
- lasers in medicine
- thermal properties of tissues
- optical skin phantoms
- tissue-mimicking phantoms
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