K. V. Ponomarenko

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Binocular video nystagmography was employed to study the human vestibulo-ocular reaction to the double rotation test used in medical flight certification to assess vestibulo-vegetative stability. Purpose of the investigation was to establish an interrelation between parameters of the nystagmus reaction to rotation and severity of motion sickness (MS). The(More)
The paper analyzes the data of expert tilt testing (-80 degrees, 20 min.) of 66 essentially healthy pilots. Hemodynamic reactions were characterized based on the standard concept of functional classes (FC). Good test tolerance was recorded in 86.4% of cases among which 36.4% were referred to FC-I and 50%--to FC-II. Adequate test tolerance (FC-II) was(More)
The results of the analysis of materials on the expert assessment of 66 healthy pilots subjected to a passive orthostatic stress test (POT) by the generally accepted technique of a 20-min head-down tilt bed rest at an angle of 80° to the horizontal are presented. The obtained hemodynamic responses to the test were typified using the generally accepted(More)
Anti-sea-sickness effect of a new homeopathic drug [see text] and its influence on operator's working capacity during Coriolis acceleration was evaluated in blind placebo-controlled investigation conducted in practically healthy volunteers with low vestibular resistance. For comparison "Dimenhydrinate" was used. The investigation has demonstrated that [see(More)
Binocular videonystagmography (VNG) was used to study the vestibulo-ocular response to a double rotation test as a pre-flight medical examination (PFME) for assessing an aircrew’s vestibulo-autonomic stability. The objective of our study was to identify the relationship between the degree of the nystagmus response to rotation and the severity of motion(More)