Ulrich Limper

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BACKGROUND The importance of noninvasive health monitoring in space increased as a result of the long-duration missions on the International Space Station (ISS). In order to monitor changes in cardiovascular indices such as cardiac output (CO) and total peripheral resistance (TPR), many methods have been developed using signal processing and mathematical(More)
Commercial parabolic flights accessible to customers with a wide range of health states will become more prevalent in the near future because of a growing private space flight sector. However, parabolic flights present the passengers’ cardiovascular system with a combination of stressors, including a moderately hypobaric hypoxic ambient environment (HH) and(More)
BACKGROUND Exposure to acceleration can cause petechial hemorrhages, called G measles. Petechiae usually start to develop between 5 and 9 G with a high interindividual variance. Centrifuge training delays the onset to higher G levels. One might expect onset at lower G levels after bed rest; however, there is no evidence in the literature. A case of(More)
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