O A Stemparzhetskiĭ

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In experiments with albino mice it was found that during the first hours following gamma irradiation with doses of 10-80 Gy stability of implementation of loading and coordination tests was impaired and hard work endurance decreased. With doses exceeding 100 Gy, cerebral damages were stably manifested. There was a similarity between the postirradiation(More)
In experiments with rats it was shown that an early decrease in physical efficiency after irradiation involves some partially mutually superimposed phases. Phases of excitation, hypokinesia and neurological disorders are identified in early transient inefficiency followed by phases of an early transient diminution of efficiency and a reversible disturbance(More)
In experiments with dogs it was shown that the impairment of the capacity of fulfilling some actions (e. g. high jumping, equilibration, racing) was maximum 4h after gamma-irradiation with doses of 10 and 40 Gy and did not coincide with vomiting. By shielding body segments it was found that irradiation of abdomen was responsible for the disturbances(More)
In experiments with rats it has been shown that dose-rate and radiation fractionation influence the dose dependence of early transient incapacity (ETI) and the development of tolerance to ETI. The authors discuss the possibility of interpreting the tolerance to ETI as a form of the cerebral damage displayed by the impairment of the brain response to(More)
The ability of dogs to maintain a vertical posture during the first hours after irradiation at a dose of 10 or 80 Gy was investigated. Two experiments were performed. In the first experiment, during 5 hours after irradiation the vector stabilogram area, peak muscle efforts and sensorimotor coordination were measured 10 times every 30 min. In the second(More)
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