Anna G. Chernikova

For a long time cardiologists have not been able to explain why the problem of cardiac arrhythmia in a heart…

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of total omission of dietary salt intake on BP.

Monitoring the health of astronauts based on the assessment of the functional state of the body within the realms of…

A review and a critical analysis of the specialized literature on justification for the measurement equation and an estimation of…

Anna G. Chernikova

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.

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). The most significant changes in the HRV values against the background data were reported in the second half of the said experiment.

The Sonocard experiment purpose was a noninvasive physiological signal recording from sleeping humans. In 2007-2012 the experiment was made by 22 Russian members of 17 missions to the International space station. Of the overall 302 experimental sessions 47 were performed pre, 215 in and 40 after flight.

The article presents the main provisions of the methodology for the analysis of heart rate variability (HRV), which is now actively and widely implemented in many fields of medicine and applied physiology.

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