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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV
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This report deals with space-oriented bioinstrumentation, medical monitoring, and biotelemetry. Some of the items, while not specifically space-oriented, nevertheless are potentially applicable to manned spaceflight. The current trend in Soviet space-oriented biomedical monitoring is directed toward creation of a kind of biomedical early-warning system which would enable ground-based biomedical specialists to detect danger signals in time to take proper countermeasures or, if necessary, to terminate the mission ahead of schedule. Author
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