V A Talavrinov

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During 140-day space flight body mass changes of the Commander and Flight-Engineer were measured. No correlation between body mass losses and flight duration was found. Greatest body mass losses occurred on MD 44--59 in Commander (2.3--2.4 kg), and on MD 86 in Flight-Engineer (5.4 kg). Later the losses decreased. The results suggest that body mass changes(More)
The paper presents body mass and leg volume measurements of 21 prime crewmembers of Salyut-6 and Salyut-7 flights. It was found that body mass variations were different in sign. In most crewmembers body mass decreased by 1.2-2.0 to 6.0 kg. In some crewmembers this parameter increased by 1.0 to 4.5 kg during the entire flight or at certain flight stages.(More)
The purpose of the present investigation was to assess, using a specially built sensor, variations and level of fluid redistribution as well as atrophic changes in leg muscles of test subjects exposed to prolonged head-down tilt and cosmonauts in a real space flight. Hypokinetic test subjects were examined before, during and after head-down tilt, whereas(More)
In 1986 in USSR medical investigations were continued in 125-day flight on "Salyut-7" and "Soyuz-T-15" orbital stations and on "Mir" basic block. Medical program consisted of medical control during active parts of flight and works in open space, profound medical examinations in rest and in function tests, metabolism and its regulation analysis, hygienic(More)
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