By Ch. Feichtinger, B. Josseck, V. Berzhatyi, T. Batenchuk-Tusko (auth.)
Space body structure and house medication are relatively fresh sciences, born of the will to release guy into area and convey him thoroughly again back. Weightlessness and cosmic radiation - stipulations which may neither be thoroughly simulated nor reproduced on the earth - are nevertheless used as study instruments for scientific experiments, specifically within the fields of neurophysiology, inner medication in addition to genetics and radiation dosimetry. The newly confirmed Austrian Society for Aerospace drugs offers a foundation for multidisciplinary techniques to spaceflight biomedical study. Diagnostic, prognostic and non-compulsory, operational and preventive measures will be fostered via actions of the Society. In October 1991 the 1st Austrian used to be embarked on orbital flight and fulfilled an bold medical software which used to be ruled by means of existence technology experiments within the parts of cardiovascular drugs, fluid-electrolyte learn, neurophysiology, endocrinology, genetics, and radiation biology. the consequences from those experiments, provided during this publication, may help to enhance the administration of biomedical difficulties in day-by-day life.
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Since individual differences are too significant to be ignored, both prospective cosmonauts were measured. The decision as to who would actually fly was made shortly before the launch, so the parameter sets for both cosmonauts had to be kept ready. In fact, the equipment was not programmed for the cosmonaut until shortly before the experiment, during the flight. 6. Procedure The experiment was performed twice, on the 2nd and 5th days of the cosmonauts' stay in the space station. 25 minutes were available for each trial.
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