Accession Number:

ADA036670

Title:

Recent Advances in Space Medicine

Descriptive Note:

Conference proceedings

Corporate Author:

ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEUILLY-SUR-SEINE (FRANCE)

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1977-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

117.0

Abstract:

Contents Investigation of the Effect of Free Fall on the Vestibular Organ and of its Post-Flight Readaptation as Part of the Shuttle Program. A Contribution to Basic Vestibular Physiology and to the Problem of Space Sickness Successful transfer of Adaptation Acquired in a Slow Rotation Room to Motion Environments in Navy Flight Training Experimental Investigations on Motion Sickness Susceptibility Space Mission Simulation-a Necessary Element in Planning and Training for Shuttle Spacelab missions Neutral Buoyancy-One Possible Tool for Mans Training in a Simulated Zero-g-Environment Human Engineering-Crew Systems Tool for Spacelab Design The Effects of Prolonged Spaceflight on the Regional Distribution of Fluid, Muscle and Fat Biostereometric Results from Skylab Ophthalmological Requirements for Spacelab Astronaut-Scientists Athletic Endurance Training Advantage for Space Flights. The Significance of Physical Fitness in Selection and Training of Spacelab Crews Psychometric Characteristics of Astronauts Psychological Selection of Astronaut-Scientists Experimental Basis for the Use of Hypnotics by Aerospace Crews and Space Age Health Care Delivery.

Subject Categories:

  • Medicine and Medical Research

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE