Research assistant MD Simon Hyttel-Sørensen

​Simon Hyttel-Sørensen’s project’s main focus is the clinical use of near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). NIRS enables continuous, non-invasive estimation of the tissue oxygenation.

Simon Hyttel-Sørensen
Research assistant MD 

Simon Hyttel-Sørensen’s project’s main focus is the clinical use of near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). NIRS enables continuous, non-invasive estimation of the tissue oxygenation.

The project has three complimentary topics:

  1. The agreement and calibration of different commercial and prototype NIRS oximeter 
  2. A systematic meta-analysis on the evidence of benefits and/or harms of cerebral NIRS in the very preterm infants 
  3. A multicenter randomized phase II clinical trial testing the hypothesis that the cerebral oxygenation can be stabilized by use of clinical treatment guideline during the first three days of life of the extremely preterm infants. 


The trial also explores potential clinical benefits and harms of the intervention.


Publications and CV


Contact
Phone : 3545 5021
Fax: 3545 5025
Mail: simon.hyttel-soerensen@regionh.dk

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