METHODS FOR MEASURING PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES AND PROTECTION IN MAN EXPOSED TO HIGH +Gz

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Authors
  1. Buick, F.
  2. Wood, E.H.
  3. Pecaric, M.
  4. Maloan, J.
Corporate Authors
Defence and Civil Inst of Environmental Medicine, Downsview ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The often-used subjective measurements of +Gz tolerance are inadequate because they are prone to subjective bias and cannot document the time-dependent changes in the reacting physiology. This lecture describes non-invasive, objective measurements used to measure the human subject's physiological status, to monitor physiological reactions in order to compare the +Gz protective value of various +Gz countermeasures, and to measure endpoints which will guide the termination of +Gz exposure.
Report Number
AGARD-LS-202-PAP-8 — CONTAINED IN 95-03922
Date of publication
01 May 1995
Number of Pages
15
DSTKIM No
95-03918
CANDIS No
152431
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