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  • Optimizing the physical ergonomics indices for the use of partial pressure suits. [Journal Article]
    Appl Ergon 2015; 47:72-83Ding L, Li X, … Zhou Q
  • This study developed an ergonomic evaluation system for the design of high-altitude partial pressure suits (PPSs). A total of twenty-one Chinese males participated in the experiment which tested three types of ergonomics indices (manipulative mission, operational reach and operational strength) were studied using a three-dimensional video-based motion capture system, a target-pointing board, a ha…
  • Overview of medical operations for a manned stratospheric balloon flight. [Journal Article]
    Aviat Space Environ Med 2013; 84(3):237-41Blue RS, Law J, … Clark JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Medical operations were found to be highly successful when field-tested during this stratospheric flight, and the experience allowed for refinement of medical operations for future flights. The lessons learned and practices established for this program can easily be used to tailor a plan specific to other aviation or spaceflight events.
  • Pathophysiology, prevention, and treatment of ebullism. [Review]
    Aviat Space Environ Med 2013; 84(2):89-96Murray DH, Pilmanis AA, … Clark JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Available literature suggests that the pathophysiology of ebullism leads to predictable and often treatable injuries, and that many exposures may be survivable. With the growing number of high altitude and space-related activities, more individuals will be at risk for ebullism. An integrated medical protocol can provide guidance for the prevention and treatment of ebullism and help to mitigate this risk in the future.
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