Heart, and peripheral arteries and veins during the 14 month MIR space flight.

Abstract

Ultrasound Doppler imaging and electrocardiography were used to study hemodynamic responses to spaceflight onboard the Mir space station. Cardiovascular adaptation was studied at rest and during the use of thigh cuffs or "Bracelets" for weightlessness countermeasures. Specific changes in hemodynamic parameters are presented and discussed, along with an evaluation of the effectiveness of the Bracelet countermeasures.

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@article{Arbeille1996HeartAP, title={Heart, and peripheral arteries and veins during the 14 month MIR space flight.}, author={Ph. Arbeille and Galina Fomina and J M Pottier and Marie-Annick Porcher and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Coulon and A . R . Kotovskaya and Vitalii Poliakov}, journal={Journal of gravitational physiology : a journal of the International Society for Gravitational Physiology}, year={1996}, volume={3 2}, pages={93-4} }