This is a prospective observational study of patients with suspected Acute Compartment Syndrome. The primary objective of this work is to determine whether intensity changes associated with the NIRST signal, reflecting oxy- and deoxy-hemaglobin and water concentrations or ICG fluorescence signal, reflecting tissue perfusion, can be associated with development of Acute Compartment Syndrome and identification of at-risk soft tissue and muscle.
Condition or disease
Compartment Syndromes Compartment Syndrome of Lower Leg Compartment Syndrome of Forearm
Procedure: Lower extremity and/or upper extremity surgery
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