Published: Jan 1966
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Instrumentation is described for making the following measurements on a pressure-suited subject: partial pressures of inspired gases (oxygen, carbon dioxide), electrocardiogram, respiration rate and depth, blood pressure, body core temperature, metabolic rate, and skin temperature. Acceptable limits for some of these are given.
space environment, space medicine, pressure suits, space chambers, human factors, biomedical measurements
Wortz, E. C.
Project engineer, AiResearch Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, Calif.