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And Kelly, G. C. , pp. 235-61. Fischer, C. , Johnson, P. , and Berry, C. A. 200, 579. Gooch, P. C. and Berry, C. : 1969, Aerospace Med. 40, 610. , MiIIer, E. , and Billingham, J. : 1967, Aerospace Med. 38, 360. Kelly, G. F. , pp. 107-125. 1. KAKURIN, I. S. SHADRINTSEV, and A. G. R. The acquisition of biomedical information from astronauts flying space missions is one of the most complicated yet extremely important problems of aerospace medicine. Even elementary physiological studies, let alone on-board data recording of various physiological parameters are seriously hindered by spaceflight conditions.

Red blood cells. As shown in Table XV, there was essentially no change in red cell mass in Apollo 7 and 8 crewmembers. This might be due to the fact 5 to 7% nitrogen remained in the space cabins from the original prelaunch atmosphere (Figure 1) and had an inhibitory effect on red cell lysis. 4% in red cell mass. A significant loss of red cell mass occurred in the Apollo 9 mission. The space cabin atmosphere in this mission was different from that in the Apollo 7 and 8 spacecraft, since early in the flight.

A distortion of the recording). Fixed physiological sensing equipment can cause disconfort in astronauts, especially over a long period of time. It can also restrain their movements and intelfere with their performance. There are several well-known techniques of applying physiological sensors: (1) fixation with straps; (2) sewing into under-garments; (3) pasting on to the skin; (4) inserting into a natural body opening, such as the mouth cavity, an external ear canal, nostrils, etc. ; (5) insertioI].

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