THE EFFECT OF MILD HYPOXIA ON THE VESTIBULAR EVOKED RESPONSE

Authors
  1. Fraser, W.D.
  2. Black, N.
  3. Eastman, D.E.
  4. Landolt, J.P.
Corporate Authors
Defence and Civil Inst of Environmental Medicine, Downsview ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The effect of hypoxia on the long-latency vestibular evoked response (VsER) was examined in eight sitting subjects who underwent intermittent 0.1 Hz sinusoidal rotation in complete darkness, while fixating on a small target light that rotated with the subject. Evoked responses were recorded during 10 minutes of rotational stimulation after breathing each gas mixture for a minimum of 25 minutes.
Report Number
AGARD-CP-432-PAP-33 — @Paper presented at the Aerospace Medical Panel Symposium held in Trondheim, Norway, 25-29 May 1987; CONTAINED IN 88-03414
Date of publication
15 Feb 1988
Number of Pages
10
DSTKIM No
88-03385
CANDIS No
56605
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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