Regulation and Biomechanics of Respiration in Space Flight (Dykhanie) - 12.03.13
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Dykhanie (Breathing) investigation studies the fundamental physiological mechanisms of external breathing function under long-duration space flight conditions.
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Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)Sponsoring Organization
Information PendingResearch Benefits
Information PendingISS Expedition Duration:
April 2007 - September 2010Expeditions Assigned
15,16,17,18,19/20,21/22,23/24Previous ISS Missions
Study of respiration regulation and biomechanics under space flight conditions
Information PendingEarth Applications
Information PendingOperational Protocols
Dykhanie-1 set, Nominal hardware: Laptop RSE-Med
Suvorov AV, Bogomolov VV. Medical support and bio-medical studies on ISS and perspectives for collaboration.Microgravity Sciences II, Malaysia; 2009 November 23-24
Popova JA, Baranov VM, Suvorov AV, Dyachenko AI, Kolesnikov VI, Minyaev VI, Minyaeva AV. Features of external respiration and its regulation in long-term spaceflight.XXI Congress of the I.P. Pavlov Physiological Society, Kaluga, Russia; 2010 September 19-25 497.
Baranov VM, Suvorov AV, Dyachenko AI, Popova JA, Minyaeva AV, Kolesnikov VI. Respiration and respiratory control in long-term spaceflight.17th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Moscow, Russia; 2009 June 7-11 129-130.
Morukov BV, Suvorov AV, Nichiporuk IA. Biomedical research to improve medical monitoring, countermeasures, and mitigate the negative effects of interplanetary manned spaceflight factors.44th K.E. Tsiolkovsky Scientific Readings, Kaluga, Russia; 2009
Ground Based Results Publications
Baevsky RM, Baranov VM, Bersenev YY, Funtova II, Semyonov YN, Grigoriev AI, Prilutsky DA. Method of determining functional reserves for regulating the human cardio-respiratory system.Federal Service for Intellectual Property.2240035. November 20 2004.