Accession Number : AD0665107

Title :   LECTURES IN AEROSPACE MEDICINE 6-9 FEBRUARY 1967 SIXTH SERIES.

Corporate Author : SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX

Report Date : 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 541

Abstract : Contents: Progress in unmanned space exploration; Pre-Gemini medical predictions vs. Gemini flight results; Advanced aspects of pressure suit developments; A study of high altitude decompression; Lex cosmica; Nonpathologic hypercapnia in man; Bends in simulated extravehicular activity; What has space experience taught us about disorientation; Human tolerance of prolonged exposure to a rotating environment; Hypodynamics: cardiovascular aspects; Hypodynamics: metabolic aspects; Vision in the void; Cardiac responses to acceleration stress; Space cabin toxicology; Propellant toxicology; Personal hygiene and sanitation in aerospace systems; World-wide aeromedical evaluation and recent developments; Information processing aspects of bionics; and Solved and unsolved space medical problems: International status 1966-1967.

Descriptors :   (*AEROSPACE MEDICINE, *SYMPOSIA), SPACE CREWS, MANNED SPACECRAFT, EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY, FLYING PLATFORMS, PRESSURE SUITS, DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS, ANOXIA, OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY, METABOLISM, CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, VISION, ACCELERATION TOLERANCE, ADAPTATION(PHYSIOLOGY), STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY), TOXIC TOLERANCES, CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, HYGIENE, WASTES(SANITARY ENGINEERING), SPACE ENVIRONMENTS, ACCELERATION

Subject Categories : Radiobiology
      Stress Physiology
      Life Support Systems

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE