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Regulation of hemodynamics in modeling the transition to weightlessness mathematical modeling


, : Regulation of hemodynamics in modeling the transition to weightlessness mathematical modeling. Fiziologiya Cheloveka 13(4): 627-632

Human cardiovascular system response to the transition to weightlessness, and the effect of some ways of limiting the negative action of weightlessness (by oligemia, occlusional femoral cuffs and negative pressure on the lower part of the body) were modeled mathematically. The model presented in the study was found to adequately describe human central hemodynamic responses to weightlessness. Negative pressure on the lower part of the body was found to be the most effective way of decreasing the central blood volume.

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