Accession Number : AD0711792
Title : LECTURES IN AEROSPACE MEDICINE, 9-12 FEBRUARY 1970. SEVENTH SERIES.
Corporate Author : SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
Report Date : 1970
Pagination or Media Count : 496
Abstract : Contents: Ultraviolet radiant energy and the eye; Visual performance decrements in aerospace operations; Vision toward the ground from the cockpits of selected tactical aircraft; Silent myocardial infarction in USAF flyers detected solely by annual required electrocardiogram; Tolerance limits to acute hypercarbia under normobaric and hypobaric conditions; Toxicological evaluation of carbon monoxide in humans and other mammalian species; Performance decrement in nonhuman primate decompression exposures; Review of motion sickness of patients referred to the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine; Microbiological aspects of aeromedical evacuation; Alteration of drug action and metabolism under reduced pressure; Human cytogenetics and aerospace environments; Environmental pharmacology; and An evaluation of human restraint systems during-Gx impact.
Descriptors : (*AEROSPACE MEDICINE, SYMPOSIA), SPACE CREWS, ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION, VISION, LUNAR ENVIRONMENT, ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY, DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS, MOTION SICKNESS, METABOLISM, TOXIC TOLERANCES, SAFETY BELTS
Subject Categories : Radiobiology
Life Support Systems
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE