Dynamics of the Main Factors of Cardiac Function, of Central and Regional Circulation in Rest and During the Influence of Lower Body Negative Pressure (Cardio-ODNT) - 10.21.14
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Cardio-ODNT (Cardio-Lower Body Negative Pressure) is a medical investigationdesigned to determine the condition of the cardiovascular system in the lower extremities. Cardio-ODNT uses a pneumatic-vacuum suit to produce a negative pressure to the extremities while physical load is being produced by the cosmonaut.
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Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)
ISS Expedition Duration
October 2004 - October 2008
Previous ISS Missions
Investigation of dynamics of basic factors of cardiac activity and blood circulation.
Gamma-1M hardware to record electrocardiogram, arterial pressure, rheograms of different vessel areas including rheoencephalograms, Chibis pneumatic-vacuum suit to perform a test physical load when producing a negative pressure (from 10 to 60 mm Hg) to the lower part of the cosmonaut's body.
Investigation of responses of big and small circles of blood circulation when negative pressure affects the lower part of the body and the dependence of these responses on the initial status of the cardiovascular system.
Prediction of a cosmonauts' cardiovascular system state.
Turchaninova VF, Alferova IV, Krivolapov VV, Liamin VR, Beliaev AP. Dependence of the circulation system functioning on cosmonaut age according to the results of physical loading tests on a veloergometer. Human Physiology. 2013 December 29; 39(7): 707-711.
Original Russian Text © V.F. Turchaninova, I.V. Alferova, V.V. Krivolapov, V.R. Liamin, A.P. Beliaev, 2010, published in Aviakosmicheskaya i Ekologicheskaya Meditsina, 2010, Vol. 44, No. 5, pp. 8–12.]
Turchaninova VF, Alfyorova IV, Krivolapov VV. Several aspects of a comparative analysis of hemodynamic reactions to LBNP in crewmembers from various age groups. Aviakosmicheskaia i Ekologicheskaia Meditsina (Aerospace and Environmental Medicine). 2010; 44(1): 20-25.
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Chibis pneumatic-vacuum suit. Image courtesy of Russian Space Agency (FSA).
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Gamma-1M hardware. Image courtesy of Russian Space Agency (FSA).
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