Cybernetic Approach to Health Assessment
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The exploration of orbital space served as a prerequisite for the creation of a new direction of medical science in relation to the very extreme conditions of life of spacecraft crews. Space medicine, relying on the most modern research methods and approaches, thanks to the development of new medical devices and the use of unique data analysis algorithms, has made a significant contribution to the development of telemedicine, medical cybernetics, and prenosological principles for assessing the state of human health. The review reflects the main stages in the development of medical cybernetics and prenosological diagnostics based on the assessment of the regulatory components of the cardiovascular system. Discussed the aspects of the application of the method of mathematical analysis of the heart rhythm in relation to the assessment and forecast of the working capacity of cosmonauts, at the simulating model of microgravity and confinement. Shown the useful methodically apply for the healthcare of manufacture teams at the plants, passenger bus driver’s employments. As the part of appliance of the new advance tools of children and adolescents public health during the educating process at schools. The created system for analyzing the current functional state of human health and mathematical models that make it possible to predict its negative changes make it possible to predetermine the vector of development of medicine in the future. The foundations of knowledge gained over the period of more than 70 years of scientific activity of Professor R.M. Bavsky are reflected in promising areas of cardiology research using computer technologies - such as Cardiometry technologies.
Eugeniy Y. Bersenev, Аzaliya P. Berseneva, Anastasiia Prysyazhnyuk, Carolyn McGregor, Irina А. Berseneva, Irina I. Funtova, Anna G. Chernikova. Cybernetic Approach to Health Assessment. Cardiometry; Issue 23; August 2022; p.31-40; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.23.3140; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no23-august-2022/cybernetic-approach