No.2 May 2013
Space medicine: releasing return tickets for a human mission to Mars?
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Issues of health evaluation during simulated space mission to Mars.
Part 1. Research methodology and methods used in experiment Mars-500

Research methodology and methods used in experiment Mars-500 held at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2009-2011 are considered. 6 volunteers were isolated during 520 days in a sealed ground-based facility simulating space ship.
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On conditions of negativity of friction resistance for nonstationary modes of blood flow and possible mechanism of affecting of environmental factors on energy effectiveness of cardiovascular system function

It is shown that initiated by action of molecular viscosity impulse flow, directed usually from the moving fluid to limiting it solid surface, can, under certain conditions, turn to zero and get negative values in the case of non-stationary flow caused by alternating in time longitudinal (along the pipe axis) pressure gradient.
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Issues of health evaluation during simulated space mission to Mars
Part 3. Assessment of adaptation reactions in the participants of the long-term medical & ecological investigations during the experiment Mars-500

The paper presents the results of the long-term medical & ecological investigations conducted during the experiment Mars-500.
Original research

Study of effects of simulated space flight factors and use of infusion liquids on human hemodynamics with the use of the Cardiocode method

The aim is to study the effect of simulated space flight factors on the human central hemodynamics and evaluate the effectiveness of colloid and crystalloid infusions in microgravity simulation using the Cardiocode method.
Editorial

In honor and remembrance of Vladimir Borisovich Alekseyev (19.08.1933 - 01.03.2013)

Vladimir Borisovich Alekseyev died. Cosmonaut and researcher, he was a legend.
Original research

ECG periodic table: a new ECG classification based on heart cycle phase analysis

The article considers the development of the periodic table of ECG phase changes which should reflect the variety of the ECG curves and can be used as reference system for diagnostics purposes.
Review

History of space medicine: Academician Vasily V. Parin, founder of space cardiology

Russian Academician Vasily V. Parin was one of the leading world scientists in the field of physiology of blood circulation. In this article his role in the development of the space cardiology, an important area of space medicine, is considered.
Original research

Glomus caroticus, environment, time parameters of cardiac and pathogenic mechanisms of formation of somatogenic depression and mixed encephalopathies on the methodological grounds of non-invasive hemogram analyzer

The aim is to determine interaction of risk factors (volume of ingested food and exogenous alcohol) and their effects on thermal regulation of a body due to the changed activity of biochemical reactions of neuromediator regulatory systems, related to the synthesis of endogenous alcohol.
Original research

A new method of effective training of crew members for long-term space mission

The aim of the study is to select an effective method of system recovery of the organism for space pre-flight training to provide the normal long-term human stay in space.
Original research

A new point on ECG: point L as identifier of rapid and slow ejection phases boundary

Description of rapid and slow ejection phases in the cardiac cycle.
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Issues of health evaluation during simulated space mission to Mars
Part 2. Vegetative regulation of blood circulation in the Martian crew individuals in the Mars 500 project

In order to evaluate the vegetative regulation of blood circulation and assess individual health risks under conditions of the 520 day isolation, used was an analysis of the heart rate variability (HRV).
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Cardio-eigenoscopy: significance of this new method in prognosis of risks of fatal arrhythmia progression in AMI patients

The aim of the study was to evaluate the significance of cardioeigenoscopy method for the prognosis of risks of fatal arrhythmia (the primary and secondary VF) progression in AMI individuals.
Original research

Chronobiological methods of human body self-regulation reserve evaluation

Chronodiagnostical methods for evaluating reserve and unfavourable responses of human cardiac function and under prolonged stress load.
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