Assessing Sensorimotor Function Following ISS with Computerized Dynamic Posturography.

@article{Wood2015AssessingSF,
  title={Assessing Sensorimotor Function Following ISS with Computerized Dynamic Posturography.},
  author={Scott J. Wood and William H. Paloski and Jonathan B. Clark},
  journal={Aerospace medicine and human performance},
  year={2015},
  volume={86 12 Suppl},
  pages={
          A45-A53
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Postflight postural ataxia reflects both the control strategies adopted for movement in microgravity and the direct effects of deconditioning. Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) has been used during the first decade of the International Space Station (ISS) expeditions to quantify the initial postflight decrements and recovery of postural stability. METHODS The CDP data were obtained on 37 crewmembers as part of their pre- and postflight medical examinations. Sensory… CONTINUE READING
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